from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See haaf.
  • noun An obsolete preterit of heave.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • imperative obsolete Hove.


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  • So the next day I axed Dan how is it that Bubba can get kilt, an what kind of haf-assed nature law would allow that.

    Forrest Gump

  • Der liddle brudders an 'sisters go to school, vear good clothes, haf better pread an' meat; der mudder lif fat, dere iss joy in der eye, an 'she iss proud of her good boy Joe.

    Chapter 2

  • So we take ze money you haf on you, und ve calls it eefen.

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  • And in any case it represents an efficiency saving of haf of one percent per year in a £33bn plus budget, a budget that is automaticaly rising courtesy of Daring 3 per cent every year automaticaly - and willget another massive boost - many times £500m in April budget (dont belive me, just wait).

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  • Forrest says, "But even before I got haf thru, he done walked off; say he can't print nothing like that cause nobody would'n ever believe it."

    Helen Davey: Tales Of Pan Am: A 'Forrest Gump' Life

  • But he haf der beautiful body -- ach, Gott, der beautiful body!

    Chapter 2

  • But we haf some nice poetry in the back if you want to look.

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  • "I say, 'If Louis Savoy is winnaire, then will he haf me for wife.'"


  • He haf six brudders an 'sisters younger as he iss.

    Chapter 2

  • You -- what you call -- lazy mans, you lazy mans would desire me to haf for wife.



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