A unit of measurement equal to 200 milligrams, carat is the standard measurement used for gemstones and pearls. In British English, carat is also the unit used to measure the fineness of gold. The name is derived from the Arab word for the carob tree whose seed is of a particularly regular-shaped form. 

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