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HAVE: How to say it in 134+ different languages?

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Below you can find the translation of the word 'have' in 134 different languages and listen to its pronunciation using the audio button () next to the languages. You can also learn exotic things like morse code, MD5-SHA hash, binary and hex codes of the word. :)
Have word length consists of 4 characters and 1 syllables.

Afrikaans:
het
Akan:
Albanian:
kanë
Amharic:
አላቸው
Arabic:
يملك
Armenian:
ունեն
Assamese:
have
Aymara:
utjayaña
Azerbaijani:
var
Bambara:
sɔrɔ
Basque:
izan
Belarusian:
мець
Bengali:
আছে
Bhojpuri:
पास
Bosnian:
imati
Bulgarian:
имат
Catalan:
tenir
Cebuano:
adunay
Chichewa:
kukhala
Chinese (Simplified):
Chinese (Traditional):
Corsican:
avè
Croatian:
imati
Czech:
mít
Danish:
har
Divehi:
އޮތުން
Dogri:
होना
Dutch:
hebben
Esperanto:
havas
Estonian:
on
Ewe:
le esi
Filipino:
mayroon
Finnish:
omistaa
French:
ont
Frisian:
hawwe
Galician:
ter
Ganda:
-ina
Georgian:
აქვს
German:
haben
Goan Konkani:
आसात
Greek:
έχω
Guarani:
reko
Gujarati:
પાસે
Haitian Creole:
genyen
Hausa:
yi
Hawaiian:
loaʻa
Hebrew:
יש
Hindi:
पास
Hmong:
muaj
Hungarian:
van
Icelandic:
hafa
Igbo:
nwere
Iloko:
addaan
Indonesian:
memiliki
Irish:
agat
Italian:
Avere
Japanese:
もつ
Javanese:
duwe
Kannada:
ಹೊಂದಿವೆ
Kazakh:
бар
Khmer:
មាន
Kinyarwanda:
kugira
Korean:
가지다
Krio:
gɛt
Kurdish (Kurmanji):
hebûn
Kurdish (Sorani):
هەبوون
Kyrgyz:
бар
Lao:
ມີ
Latin:
habet
Latvian:
ir
Lingala:
kozala na
Lithuanian:
turėti
Luxembourgish:
hunn
Macedonian:
имаат
Maithili:
लग अछि
Malagasy:
eFA
Malay:
mempunyai
Malayalam:
ഉണ്ട്
Maltese:
jkollhom
Maori:
whai
Marathi:
आहे
Mizo:
nei
Mongolian:
байна
Myanmar (Burmese):
ရှိသည်
Nepali:
Northern Sotho:
na le
Norwegian:
ha
Odia (Oriya):
ଅଛି
Oromo:
qaba
Pashto:
لري
Persian:
دارند
Polish:
Posiadać
Portuguese:
ter
Punjabi:
ਕੋਲ
Quechua:
kanku
Romanian:
avea
Russian:
иметь
Samoan:
maua
Sanskrit:
अस्ति
Scots Gaelic:
tha
Serbian:
имати
Sesotho:
na le
Shona:
have
Sindhi:
وٽ
Sinhala:
ඇති
Slovak:
mať
Slovenian:
imajo
Somali:
leeyihiin
Spanish:
tener
Sundanese:
gaduh
Swahili:
kuwa na
Swedish:
ha
Tajik:
доранд
Tamil:
வேண்டும்
Tatar:
бар
Telugu:
కలిగి ఉంటాయి
Thai:
มี
Tigrinya:
ኣለኒ
Tsonga:
hi na
Turkish:
sahip olmak
Turkmen:
bar
Ukrainian:
мати
Urdu:
ہے
Uyghur:
have
Uzbek:
bor
Vietnamese:
Welsh:
cael
Xhosa:
babe
Yiddish:
האָבן
Yoruba:
ni
Zulu:
babe
Hebrew:
יש
Javanese:
duwe
Morse Code:
-.. ..- .-- .
BASE64 Code:
ZHV3ZQ==
MD5 Hash:
3a2ebf39768b8fe8dd25965b08873104
SHA1 Hash:
2bbbb5f5ea822a5adac044fb9d6c8bf6ccd8ef99
SHA256 Hash:
9b451dd10734e9cd3eb225196928357e1eb06986d2b3b92a2a97b9c6374466d2
CRC32 Hash:
2593943317
Binary:
1100100 1110101 1110111 1100101
Hex:
64757765
ASCII:
100 117 119 101

Example of using "have" in a sentence

  1. I have to finish my homework before I can go out.
  2. You have been a great friend to me over the years.
  3. We have seen that movie at least three times already.
  4. They have decided to move to a new city for a fresh start.
  5. She haves always wanted to learn how to play the piano.