Correct spelling for HAJ

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Possible correct spellings for haj

  • Hag(Definition of hag)
  • It is well she leaves me alone o' nights-the d-d day-hag business.

  • Hap(Definition of hap)
  • He had set up his standard almost at hap-hazard at braemar, and now nearly all the country north of the tay was in the hands of the jacobites.

  • Hajj(Definition of hajj)
  • Our shaykh mas'ud manifestly did not like the company; for shortly after three p.m. he insisted upon our striking the tent and rejoining the hajj, which lay encamped about two miles distant in the western part of the basin.

  • Had(Definition of Had)
  • 14,224. had he at first refused to do so?

  • Ha(Definition of ha)
  • Ha was not unaware that ethel probably suffered more, but her way of showing it, or perhaps hiding it, appealed to him less.

  • Ham(Definition of ham)
  • By casus is meant chus; and belus is a babylonish title of ham, as well as of his immediate descendants, who are here alluded to.

  • Maj
  • After the retreat maj.

  • Han(Definition of han)
  • She overheard enough of the conversation of their bosses around the camp fire beneath her to indicate the general nature of the han plans.

  • Hal
  • Dudley, seeing no farther than the fact of the city office, set his face resolutely against it as long as he could; but, of course, in the end hal carried the day.

  • Hay(Definition of hay)
  • Archie and his friends were still having fun sliding down the slippery hay, and they were making a great deal of noise.

  • Haw(Definition of haw)
  • Daphne dare giggled aloud, and the laughter, like a train of powder, ran through the girls' seats over to the boys' side of the house, where it exploded in a loud haw!

  • Has(Definition of Has)
  • 15,126. has he also a shop?

  • Haj(Definition of haj)
  • The plain english of the letter was, that sheikh haj mohammed welled abajoudah, of ain-salah, would receive me friendly if i came to him, would protect all englishmen travelling through his country, and would not let them be attacked and murdered as major laing was.

  • Hat(Definition of hat)
  • Don't forget your hat, dicky."