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Different forms of haben haben volume_up volume_up  | have

Conjugation of German Verb "haben"

gehabt Past Participle help
haben Auxiliary help
habend Present Participle help

Present help

ichhabe volume_up volume_up
duhast volume_up volume_up
erhat volume_up volume_up
wirhaben volume_up volume_up
ihrhabt volume_up volume_up
siehaben volume_up volume_up

Simple Past

ichhatte volume_up volume_up
duhattest volume_up volume_up
erhatte volume_up volume_up
wirhatten volume_up volume_up
ihrhattet volume_up volume_up
siehatten volume_up volume_up

Commands

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habe(du)
--
habenwir
habt(ihr)
habenSie

Conditional

ichhätte volume_up volume_up
duhättest volume_up volume_up
erhätte volume_up volume_up
wirhätten volume_up volume_up
ihrhättet volume_up volume_up
siehätten volume_up volume_up

Attribution

ichhabe volume_up volume_up
duhabest volume_up volume_up
erhabe volume_up volume_up
wirhaben volume_up volume_up
ihrhabet volume_up volume_up
siehaben volume_up volume_up

Definitions of German Verb "haben"

  1. to have; to possess; to own (transitive)
  2. to have; to hold; to contain (transitive)
  3. to have forms the perfect and past perfect tense (auxiliary, with a past participle)
  4. to make a fuss (reflexive, colloquial)
  5. to be occupied with; to like (colloquial, with es and mit) (lit.: 'I don't have it that much with dogs.')
    Ich hab's nich so mit Hunden. - I'm not a great fan of dogs. (lit.: 'I don't have it that much with dogs.')

About German Verb "haben"

The German verb haben is one of the most important verbs in German. The verb haben is used to conjugate most verbs in the Compound Past Tense.

Our data on the German verb haben comes from Wiktionary and is verified through secondary sources like Duden. The different colors in our verb conjugation chart represent certain morphological transformations. These verb cojugations are derived algorithmically.