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Had vs Haad - What's the difference?

had | haad |


As verbs the difference between had and haad

is that had is past tense of have while haad is to hold.

Had vs Aad - What's the difference?

had | aad |


As a verb had

is (have).

As a noun aad is

earth.

Had vs Hud - What's the difference?

had | hud |


As a verb had

is (have).

As a noun hud is

(uk|dialect) a huck or hull, as of a nut.

Had vs Chad - What's the difference?

had | chad |


As a verb had

is (have).

As a noun chad is

(uncountable) small pieces of paper punched out from the edges of continuous stationery, punched cards, paper tape etc.

Had vs Hade - What's the difference?

had | hade |

Hade is a alternative form of had.

Hade is a derived term of had.

Hade is a related term of had.



As verbs the difference between had and hade

is that had is past tense of have while hade is to ordain; consecrate; admit to a religious order.

As a noun hade is

person (in all senses).

Had vs Har - What's the difference?

had | har |


As a verb had

is (have).

As a proper noun har is

name of a.

Had vs Hax - What's the difference?

had | hax |


As a verb had

is (have).

As a noun hax is

(slang|computing) hacks, hacking, or something done by a hacker.

Had vs Nad - What's the difference?

had | nad |


As a verb had

is (have).

As a noun nad is

grace, an arbitrary act of goodness from a higher authority.

Had vs Wad - What's the difference?

had | wad |


As verbs the difference between had and wad

is that had is (have) while wad is third person singular of.

Had vs Hag - What's the difference?

had | hag |


As a verb had

is (have).

As a noun hag is

mind, mindset, temper, inclination.

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