plural qualia

MEANING: noun: A quality or property as perceived by a person: a subjective experience.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin qualis (or what kind). Earliest documented use: 1654.

QUALE - an orthographically-challenged Vice-Presidential candidate

'QUALL - a short intense rainstorm with gusts of high winds, described by
a fisherman with a 'peech impediment

QUALER - a sportsman who hunts small game birds for fun (and sometimes dinner)