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Definition of Has

Has
Has Has, 3d pers. sing. pres. of Have.
Ha
Ha Ha (h[add]), interj. [AS.] An exclamation denoting surprise, joy, or grief. Both as uttered and as written, it expresses a great variety of emotions, determined by the tone or the context. When repeated, ha, ha, it is an expression of laughter, satisfaction, or triumph, sometimes of derisive laughter; or sometimes it is equivalent to ``Well, it is so.' Ha-has, and inarticulate hootings of satirical rebuke. --Carlyle.

Meaning of Has from wikipedia

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- high merriment, and amu****t. Although its etymology is uncertain, it has been speculated that it may be derived from fonne (fool) and fonnen (the...
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