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hae

[hey, ha] /heɪ, hæ/
verb (used with object), auxiliary verb, Scot.
1.
have.

HAE

1.
hereditary angioedema: a nonallergic form of angioedema.
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  • You will find it in the Museum, "I hae been at Crookie-den," etc.

  • I trust they'll be worthy o' the feet that God made, and that hae to be shod by me.

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  • I'll be ben mysel' in a meenute or twa to hae a crack wi' her.

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  • And maybe I hae been ower lang in comin to that same plainness!

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  • Then I should hae objections—mair nor ane—to put to the fore!

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  • I hae seen the lassie ance mair, and she's better and bonnier nor ever!

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  • Ye haena sae muckle to be ashamet o' as I hae, sir: it was a' my wyte!

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  • But they're only savage fowk, I'm thinkin, 'at hae hardly begun to be men ava!

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British Dictionary definitions for hae

hae

/heɪ; /
verb
1.
a Scot variant of have
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Word Origin and History for hae
v.

an attempt to represent the Scottish pronunciation of have.

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