verb (used without object), had·ed, had·ing.
Origin of hade
Examples from the Web for hade
Historical Examples of hade
This done, of the multiplying, the last is to be hade into the last of the nombre to be multipliede.
But nombre may be hade twies in nombre, for other it is hade in hym-selfe, oer in a-noer.
A thrust fault with a hade of 80°, with surface baseleveled.The Elements of Geology
William Harmon Norton
“Hade mushe halal,” (that is not lawful,) said I to him with a loud voice.The Bible in Spain
War you tryin' to make out hu' come my hade is sot like this-a-way?The Mountain Girl
Word Origin for hade
Old English had "person, individual, character, individuality; condition, state, nature; sex, race, family, tribe;" see -hood. Obsolete after 14c. Cognate with Old Saxon hed "condition, rank, Old Norse heiðr "honor, dignity," Old High German heit, Gothic haidus "way, manner."