See also: ház

EnglishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

VerbEdit

haz

  1. Eye dialect spelling of has.
    • 1996 June 14, Cheryl L. Rankin, “MEOW: To boldly go were no kat haz gone...”, in rec.pets.cats, Usenet[1], retrieved 2022-04-11:
      Our daddy waz mad! He haz a big spaceship on toppa hiz stereo speaker. Dylan an' me wanted to 'xplore new wurlds when he waz at werk, so we klimbed up da speaker (he hatez dat, too, picky hoomin!) an' tryed to go fer a spin 'round da yew-niverse while Mommy an' Daddy waz gone.
    • 2000 August 25, BARBAZZZZ!, “PH000LZ on public dizplay (what's really going on here).”, in alt.support.attn-deficit, Usenet[2], retrieved 2022-04-11:
      Keith ODonnell iz n0t with0ut rezpect in the hallz of the great. He haz t0lerated y0u, but d0ez n0t have t0. He d0ez s0 becauze he iz a g00d man. He h0pes y0u will change. But y0u will n0t. When he seez thiz, we will bury you by uzing the truth ab0ut y0u. We are already letting y0u bury y0urzelvez. Y0u're juzt ign0rant 0f it. We already kn0w ab0ut the m0ney. The dirty dirty m0ney! Y0u kn0w it w0n't hurt y0u az much az the Big butt-ugly c0rp0rati0n behind it. BTW, by now the hacking c0mmunity kn0wz. Y0u can't d0 anything t0 uz. We d0 n0t act becauze we have rezpect for Keith. That iz all. If n0t f0r him, y0u'd be 0n the fr0nt page.
    • 2001 February 10, Ali - B, “EXTRA UK EMINEM DATE...”, in uk.local.london, Usenet[3], retrieved 2022-04-11:
      He haz earnt hiz success, he's been litaraly 'battlin' to get where he iz today.

Etymology 2Edit

Lolspeak corruption of has. Compare cheezburger, hai, kitteh, and teh.

VerbEdit

haz (third-person singular simple present haz, no present participle, no simple past or past participle)

  1. (Internet slang) Alternative spelling of have.
    • 2007 November 29, That Chilean Guy, “I can haz LOLCODE?”, in alt.music.rush, Usenet[4], retrieved 2022-04-11:
      At start, no has lyte. An Ceiling Cat sayz, i can haz lite?
    • 2008 October 24, Gandalf, “Kenzie can haz purrs?”, in rec.pets.cats.anecdotes, Usenet[5], retrieved 2022-04-11:
      Kenzie can haz some purrs? Please?
    • 2017 March 20, Brennus, “He can haz cheeseburger?”, in alt.slack, Usenet[6], retrieved 2022-04-11:
      He can haz them here
      He can haz them there
      He can has them at his bail
      He can haz them when in jail
      ROFL LMAO LOLLITY LOLOL!!!
      Hail Brennus!

Old High GermanEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-West Germanic *hati, see also Old Saxon heti, Old English hete, Old Frisian hat, Old Norse hatr, Gothic 𐌷𐌰𐍄𐌹𐍃 (hatis).

NounEdit

haz m

  1. hate

Related termsEdit

DescendantsEdit

  • German: Hass, Haß
  • Yiddish: האַס(has)

RomanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ottoman Turkish حظ(haz), from Persian حظ(hazz), from Arabic حَظّ(ḥaẓẓ).

NounEdit

haz n (uncountable)

  1. humor
  2. fun
  3. wit

DeclensionEdit

See alsoEdit


SpanishEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Latin fasces (bundle). Cognate with English fagot (bundle of sticks, twigs or branches).

NounEdit

haz m (plural haces)

  1. bundle
  2. beam
    un haz de luza beam of light

Etymology 2Edit

See the etymology of the corresponding lemma form.

VerbEdit

haz

  1. second-person singular imperative of hacer

Etymology 3Edit

From older faz, from Latin faciēs.

NounEdit

haz f (plural haces)

  1. face
    Synonyms: (more common) cara, rostro
  2. (archaic) façade

Further readingEdit


TurkishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic حَظّ(ḥaẓẓ).

NounEdit

haz (definite accusative hazı, plural hazlar)

  1. joy