And they set no price by no avoir ne riches, but only of a precious stone, that is amongst them, that is of sixty colours.
But their sole occupation is that conducted under the three great verbs, Prendre; avoir; Quitter.
Compare the French "avoir du dégout pour la vie," "To be out of conceit with life."
There was the Norman knight sans avoir, who was one of the chiefs of the first Crusade.
Out of this circumstance grew the proverb or popular saying, "avoir l'air de revenir de Pontoise."
So to my office a little and to Jervas's again, thinking 'avoir rencontrais' Jane, 'mais elle n'etait pas dedans'.
This night je had agreed par' alter at Deptford, there par' avoir lain con the moher de Bagwell, but this company did hinder me.
Monsr vre père entend bien, ce faisant, avoir sa part en la dite récompense.
Yea or yes is derived from the imperative of a verb, avoir to have, as the word is now spelt.