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How Do You Spell HADDAD?

Correct spelling for the English word "Haddad" is [h_ˈa_d_a_d], [hˈadad], [hˈadad]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for HADDAD

Below is the list of 111 misspellings for the word "haddad".

  • hadrad
  • haddqad
  • uaddad
  • haddawd
  • jhaddad
  • ghaddad
  • Haddcd
  • haddads
  • hadead
  • nhaddad
  • haddax
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  • haddwd
  • hadcdad
  • hadda d
  • haddwad
  • hadfad
  • Haldad
  • haddard
  • Hadtad
  • haddsd
  • haddaad
  • haddafd
  • haddsad
  • haddrad
  • haddasd
  • haaddad
  • haddzd
  • hacddad
  • harddad
  • haddaxd
  • hwddad
  • had dad
  • uhaddad
  • hasddad
  • haddzad
  • hadadd
  • Hcddad
  • hardad
  • hqaddad
  • Hatdad
  • baddad
  • hsaddad
  • haddcad
  • haxdad
  • Heddad
  • hadrdad
  • Haddat
  • naddad
  • hadfdad
  • yhaddad
  • haddaqd
  • hzddad
  • haddacd
  • haddac
  • h addad
  • ahddad
  • hasdad
  • yaddad
  • haddadf
  • iaddad
  • hadedad
  • hadxad
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  • Hadlad
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  • haqddad
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  • laddad
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  • haddazd
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  • hawddad
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  • haddaed
  • hbaddad
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  • haddfad
  • haddda
  • haddas
  • haddadx
  • jaddad
  • hadcad
  • ha ddad
  • haxddad
  • haddadc
  • hzaddad
  • hacdad
  • Hiddad
  • hafdad
  • hafddad
  • haddd
  • hwaddad
  • haddadr
  • hjaddad
  • hnaddad
  • haeddad
  • xaddad
  • hqddad
  • hhaddad
  • hadsdad
  • hgaddad
  • haddade
  • hadd ad
  • hyaddad
  • haedad
  • hazddad

Usage Examples for HADDAD

  1. Just at that moment Giurgius el Haddad, Mr. Calhoun's cook, came up, and seeing the broken jar and the clothing, guessed what had happened, and after finding the girl, and hearing her story, started in pursuit of the soldiers to Ainab, whither they had gone, and where a Turkish officer was stationed. - "The Women of the Arabs" by Henry Harris Jessup
  2. His name is Giurgius el Haddad, who is now Mr. Calhoun's cook. - "The Women of the Arabs" by Henry Harris Jessup
  3. She was the second daughter of that young bride of fifteen years of age, who learned to read in 1825, in the school taught by her own husband, Tannus el Haddad. - "The Women of the Arabs" by Henry Harris Jessup
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