Please tell me something about the word" havae"

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Is the word ancient English?
 

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japanjapan said:
Is the word ancient English?

I don't think so. It looks like a modern typo. :wink:
 

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MikeNewYork said:
japanjapan said:
Is the word ancient English?

I don't think so. It looks like a modern typo. :wink:

if so, why can't I look it up in common dictionary?
What does the word mean?
 

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A typo is a typing error. Mike means that the person mistyped the word, so it won't be in the dictionary.;-)
 

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Re: Please tell me something about the word" havae&quot

japanjapan said:
Is the word ancient English?

What's the sentence? :D It's probably 'have', not havae.
 

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Re: Please tell me something about the word" havae&quot

japanjapan said:
MikeNewYork said:
japanjapan said:
Is the word ancient English?

I don't think so. It looks like a modern typo. :wink:

if so, why can't I look it up in common dictionary?
What does the word mean?

Sorry, that was supoosed to be a little joke. I agree with Cas; it is probably a typographical error for "have". :wink:
 
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