It's the third person singular (he/she/you formal), present active indicative of
the auxiliary verb 'haber' - to have, used in conjunction with past participles, e.g.
ha vivido - has lived
ha creado - has created.
By contrast, the verb 'tener' - to have, means to possess, with the corresponding third person singular, present active indicative, being 'tiene', e.g.
'tiene dinero?' ('do you/does he/she have any money?')
'tiene tres hermanos' (he/she has/you have three brothers')
It's the subjunctive form of "there is" or "there are"...
since it's subjunctive it depends on the context.. but you get the idea :)
Bruja (pronounced "brew-ha") is a Spanish word that means witch. Bruha is not an English or Spanish word.
the word is hablame in spanish and in English it means TALK TO ME
ja is a Spanish word that is the equivalent to ha so when a friend puts ja in chat they are really saying ha
It means " I have liked him".
In context, the correct word is הדבר (ha-davar). Ha means 'the' and davar means 'word'. ha-milah (המילה) is another word which can mean word.
There is no such word like 'shad ha' in Hindi.
ha dicho declaro (with an accent on the 'o')
27894 In the Thai language, the word "haa" is the word for the number 5. Therefore, 555555 means "ha ha ha ha ha ha!" In other words it means the person who writes 555555 is laughing!
"Ja" is another way of pronouncing the word "ya," which means "already." For example, Have you washed the dishes? "Si, ya." Yes, I already have.
It is the Spanish word for "fox".