Additionally, some of these words, Microsoft Word indicated were not real words. Just saying.
Ain -- a department in East France (not recognized by MW)
Aa -- a proportional shoe width size, narrower than A and wider than AAA; also a bra size (also not recognized by MW)
Tae -- a Scot word for "too" (However, WordFeud will not accept Spanish words. Voice of experience.)
Qi-- in Oriental medicine, a vital energy believed to circulate around the body in currents
Qat -- a variant spelling of khat, which is an African and Arabian tea (not recognized by MW)
Qua -- in the capacity of, by virtue of being (and, no, I don't know what that definition means)
Apian -- of, relating to, or resembling bees (it's an adjective)
Varias -- (MW doesn't recognize it and dictionary.com responded with "no dictionary results")
Hep -- an earlier word for "hip;" also short for hepatitis (not recognized by MW)
Dah -- an echoic word, the referent of which is a tone approximately three times the length of the dot, used to designate the dash of Morse code
Ose -- used in chemical terminology to form the names of sugars and carbohydrates (not recognized by MW)
Oh, and there are more. But I feel this is enough to give you some new words to use this week on your friends if you play WordFeud or Words with Friends. Those Q words (without "U" afterwards) are GOLD.