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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English havest, hast, second-person present singular form of haven, from Old English hæfst, hafast, second-person present singular form of habban, hafian, from Proto-Germanic *habaisi, second-person present singular form of *habjaną; equivalent to have +‎ -est.

VerbEdit

havest

  1. Obsolete form of hast.

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Middle EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old English hæfst, hafast, second-person present singular form of habban, hafian, from Proto-Germanic *habaisi, second-person present singular form of *habjaną; equivalent to haven +‎ -est.

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VerbEdit

havest

  1. second-person singular present indicative of haven
    • 13th C., anonymous, “Worldesblis ne last no throwe”, Rawlinson Ms G18
      wanne thu list, mon, undur molde / thu shalt hauen astu hauest wrokt.
      (When you lie, man, under the mould, / you'll have as you've wrought.)