Quzaḥ (Arabic: قزح) is a pre-Islamic Arab god of weather, worshiped by the people of Muzdalifah. The pre-Islamic rite of the Ifada celebrated after the autumnal equinox was performed facing the direction of Quzah's sanctuary. A lasting reference to Quzah is the term qaws Quzaḥ (قوس قزح), "Bow of Quzah", which became the Arabic term for rainbow.
- Michael Jordan, Dictionary of Gods and Goddesses, p. 260.
- Patricia Hidiroglou, L'eau divine et sa symbolique.
- Philip Khuri Hitti, Islam, a Way of Life, p. 37.
- J. Bartlett, Edom and the Edomites, p. 201.