Definition of havior
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Origin and Etymology of havior
Middle English haviour possession, alteration of havour, alteration (influenced by Middle English haven to have) of aver, avoir, from Middle French aveir, avoir, from Old French, from aveir, avoir, verb, to have, from Latin habēre — more at give
First Known Use: 1504
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