Han't

Related to Han't: Han Korean
(hānt; in England, hänt)
1.A contraction of have not, or has not, used in illiterate speech. In the United States the commoner spelling is hain't.
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Darn me if I couldn't eat em," said the man, with a threatening shake of his head, "and if I han't half a mind to't
Who d'ye live with - supposin' you're kindly let to live, which I han't made up my mind about?
Mas'r Davy,' he added; answering, as I think, my look; 'you han't no call to be afeerd of me: but I'm kiender muddled; I don't fare to feel no matters,' - which was as much as to say that he was not himself, and quite confounded.
I'm in good employ, you know, Mas'r Davy, and I han't no way now of spending what I gets.
If you know all this, you sir,' getting, as he spoke, between the visitor and the door, 'why han't you gone to Lawyer Lightwood?
I said, You let the Bible alone: you've got a jest- book, han't you, as you're rare and proud on?
It's enough to make one mad to hear volks talk; if I was going to marry myself, then she would ha reason to cry and to blubber; but, on the contrary, han't I offered to bind down my land in such a manner, that I could not marry if I would, seeing as narro' woman upon earth would ha me.
After he had done, he says to her, 'Now han't you picked my pocket?
I spect they's the kind, though they han't never had no practice.
I'll pound it that you han't,' replied Sikes, with a bitter grin.
We han't got no treacle," said the old woman, crossly, whereupon there followed a sharp dialogue between the two women in their unknown tongue, and one of the small sphinxes snatched at the bread-and-bacon, and began to eat it.
Bleeged to ye for hearin' on me, and now ole Sojourner han't got nothin' more to say'.