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v. archaic form of the verb to have (second person singular)
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nf. haste, hurry, rush
v. have, possess; contain; must
v. hasten, hurry, bustle, rush, scurry
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nm. lance, steel-tipped wooden spear carried by knights and cavalry soldiers; sharp pointed tool which resembles a lance; javelin, light spear which is thrown by hand; long spear-like object made to be thrown long distances; shaft
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2d pers. sing. pres. of. Have, contr. of havest.
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