Origin of haft
OTHER WORDS FROM haftun·haft, verb (used with object)
How to use haft in a sentence
This friend works near Haft-e Tir Square, where many of the protests have converged.
When we got out at Haft-Tir Station, we found ourselves among the familiar crowd.
In front of her was a damsel bearing in baldric a great sword with haft of emerald and tassels of jewel-encrusted gold.The Science of Fairy Tales|Edwin Sidney Hartland
Pulling his great knife from its buckskin sheath he curled the fat little hand around its haft and led him to the white body.The Way of an Indian|Frederic Remington
Naxa had entered silently while they talked, and stood with his fingers touching the haft of this same ax.Deathworld|Harry Harrison
The midmost man brandishes that lance so that its edge-studs hardly stay therein, and he strikes the haft thrice against his palm.
Unless this come to the lance, it flames on its haft and will go through its bearer or the master of the palace wherein it is.