verb (used with object), auxiliary verb Scot.
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Examples from the Web for hae
Another classmate did tell police that she saw Hae at the school at 3:00 p.m .The Scoop on ‘Serial’: Making Sense of The Nisha Call, Asia's Letters, and Our Obsession|Emily Shire|December 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
So why shouldn't he stay on, and hae his family by his side?
"It may hae been something waur, in his likeness," said Dame Glendinning.The Monastery|Sir Walter Scott
Why didna you say to her, out and out, 'I hae promised you to Neil Semple, my lassie.The Bow of Orange Ribbon|Amelia E. Barr
I canna pay you, replied Nashon; the money is gane—at least I hae nane ot.
We hae juist glowred o'er a wee bnikee, a verra bad buik indeed—a verra bad buifc.Pamphlets and Parodies on Political Subjects|William Hone
Thats a very good conceit, replied the Laird, and I hae mysel had a notion of entailing the Plealands likewise.The Entail|John Galt
British Dictionary definitions for hae
Word Origin and History for hae
an attempt to represent the Scottish pronunciation of have.