American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. Scots Past participle of hae.
“The Elven Healer Joad Rish recognized his symptoms immediately and roused him long enough to swallow an antidote, then spent the next few anxious minutes applying haen-leaf compresses to his injuries to draw out the poison.”
“There haen "a remarkable degree of agreement" between government, labour and business on the legislation, which would be submitted to Parliament in the next few weeks, he said at a briefing after the fortnightly Cabinet meeting.”
“We was haen a bit rin ower the exyems again lest nicht juist.”
“My legs were like to double up aneth me, an 'my knees knokit up acrain' ane anither like's they'd haen a pley aboot something.”
“You never heard sic lauchin 'as there was; an' Sandy's frien 'lookit as gin he'd haen a dram, an' gotten an awfu 'dose o' cauld.”
“I'm shure I'm no complainin ', but Sandy Bowden's been an unsatisfaktory man in mony weys; but, as the Bible says, we've a' a dwang o 'some kind, an' if I hadna gotten Sandy, weel, I michta haen a drucken son, or a licht-heided dauchter.”
“I tell you what it is, Bawbie, if they'd haen me at the battle o ”
“He riffed when the lassies sat doon, till ye wud thocht he wudda haen his hands blistered; but I think he was gled o 'onything to do, juist to lat him get himsel' gien vent.”
“Cadger Gowans an 'me's haen a swap," says Sandy, climbin 'oot at the back o' the cairt, an 'jookin' awa 'roond canny-weys to the horse's heid.”
“There's naebody kens that better than me, for I've haen the teuch end”
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