haud


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haud

(hɔːd; hʌd)
vb, n
a Scot word for hold1

haud


Past participle: hauden
Gerund: hauding

Imperative
haud
haud
Present
I haud
you haud
he/she/it hauds
we haud
you haud
they haud
Preterite
I hauded
you hauded
he/she/it hauded
we hauded
you hauded
they hauded
Present Continuous
I am hauding
you are hauding
he/she/it is hauding
we are hauding
you are hauding
they are hauding
Present Perfect
I have hauden
you have hauden
he/she/it has hauden
we have hauden
you have hauden
they have hauden
Past Continuous
I was hauding
you were hauding
he/she/it was hauding
we were hauding
you were hauding
they were hauding
Past Perfect
I had hauden
you had hauden
he/she/it had hauden
we had hauden
you had hauden
they had hauden
Future
I will haud
you will haud
he/she/it will haud
we will haud
you will haud
they will haud
Future Perfect
I will have hauden
you will have hauden
he/she/it will have hauden
we will have hauden
you will have hauden
they will have hauden
Future Continuous
I will be hauding
you will be hauding
he/she/it will be hauding
we will be hauding
you will be hauding
they will be hauding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been hauding
you have been hauding
he/she/it has been hauding
we have been hauding
you have been hauding
they have been hauding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been hauding
you will have been hauding
he/she/it will have been hauding
we will have been hauding
you will have been hauding
they will have been hauding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been hauding
you had been hauding
he/she/it had been hauding
we had been hauding
you had been hauding
they had been hauding
Conditional
I would haud
you would haud
he/she/it would haud
we would haud
you would haud
they would haud
Past Conditional
I would have hauden
you would have hauden
he/she/it would have hauden
we would have hauden
you would have hauden
they would have hauden
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Aye, no bother wee man, haud on til I get the saw, I'll rattle you up some gear and we'll hit Glencoe.
Tenders are invited for Constructing common toilets and haud in new rehabilitated gaothan for affected borwadi village, tal.
Inde, lupi ceu raptores atra in nebula, quos improba uentris exegit caecos rabies catulique relicti faucibus exspectant siccis, per tela, per hostis uadimus haud dubiam in mortem mediaeque tenemus urbis iter ; nox atra caua circumuolat umbra.
Iudicii maturitas et discretio contrahentium ad onera officiaque coniugalia cognoscenda haud sunt confundendae cum humana fragilitate aut etiam prava voluntate ipsas obligationes violandi.
O barbe arbiter ac inique iudex Tu quid saepe aciei nihil merenti Mendosae Latiae favere es ausus, Quae in rete ingerere impotens habetur Follem (nam manibus vetatur uti): Quaenam convicia probrosiora Pro tuo crimine, ultor haud benignus, In tuum facinus vomam pudendum?
Songwriter Joe Wilson, died 1875, |who wrote Keep Yor Feet Still Geordie Hinny and Geordy Haud the Bairn, Robert Deuchar, died 1904, who |owned 40 pubs on Tyneside and breweries in Sandyford in Newcastle and Edinburgh.
Now, if his comments were about giant dancing teacakes, Scotty dogs and a camper than usual John Barrowman I may have had grounds to haud my wheest, but as it stands.
Haud yer wheest - be quiet, as comedian Billy Connolly, above, may say.
Utque volans alte raptum cum fulva draconem fert aquila implicuitque pedes atque unguibus haesit, saucius at serpens sinuosa volumina versat arrectisque horret squamis et sibilat ore arduus insurgens; illa haud minus urget obunco luctantem rostro, simul aethera verberat alis: haud aliter predam Tiburtum ex agmine Tarchon portat ovans
Discimus hinc tandem qua causa argentea Phoebe Passibus haud aequis graditur; cur subdita nulli Hactenus astronomo numerorum fraena recuset: Cur remeant nodi, curque auges progrediuntur.
Conforme relatam Ernout eThomas (1972), isso ocorre, entretanto, apenas quando an acompanha os verbos dubitare (duvidar), nescire ou haud scire (nao saber), flexionados na 1a.
DeAngelis C, Drazen JM, Frizelle FA, Haud C, Hoey J, Horton R, et al.