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had

Had vs Dad - What's the difference?

had | dad |


As a verb had

is (have).

As a noun dad is

act.

Had vs Sad - What's the difference?

had | sad |


As a verb had

is (have).

As a noun sad is

grain; harvested seeds.

Had vs Hat - What's the difference?

had | hat |


As a verb had

is past tense of have.

As a noun hat is

a covering for the head, often in the approximate form of a cone or a cylinder closed at its top end, and sometimes having a brim and other decoration.

Had vs Hai - What's the difference?

had | hai |


As a verb had

is (have).

As a pronoun hai is

who.

Had vs Rad - What's the difference?

had | rad |


As verbs the difference between had and rad

is that had is (have) while rad is .

Had vs Lad - What's the difference?

had | lad |


As a verb had

is (have).

As a noun lad is

lady.

Had vs Hah - What's the difference?

had | hah |


As a verb had

is (have).

As an interjection hah is

huh?.

Had vs Ham - What's the difference?

had | ham |


As a verb had

is (have).

As a noun ham is

haem / heme.

Hard vs Had - What's the difference?

hard | had |


As an adjective hard

is having a severe property; presenting difficulty.

As an adverb hard

is with much force or effort.

As a noun hard

is a firm or paved beach or slope convenient for hauling vessels out of the water.

As a verb had is

past tense of have.

Hay vs Had - What's the difference?

hay | had |


As verbs the difference between hay and had

is that hay is to cut grasses or herb plants for use as animal fodder while had is (have).

As a noun hay

is (uncountable) grass cut and dried for use as animal fodder or hay can be the name of the letter for the h sound in pitman shorthand.

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