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Definition funny of Hadde:
To say sb. "good bye". Can be also used combinated with "ciao".
- "See ya later" - "Aight, hadde" - "Cya, mah nizzle!" - "Hadde ciao!"
Songs about Hadde:
Han Hadde Seglat För Om Masten by Harry Brandelius from the Album Mor, Kjære Mor - Melodiminner Fra 30-, 40- Og 50-Årene (Lirekassen No. 7)
25 Norwegian Folk Songs and Dances, Op. 17, for Piano, No. 8: Å griven hadde eit tryne by Claudio Colombo from the Album Grieg - Piano Music: Slatter, Humoresques, 4 Pieces Op. 1, 25 Folk Songs & Dances Op. 17
Alle Mann Hadde Fota by Tone Ringen from the Album Heks
Alle mann hadde fota by Iselin from the Album Våre Vakreste Folketoner
Alle mann hadde fota by Vindrosa from the Album Bakom berget det blå
Alle mann hadde fota by Crème Fraîche from the Album Words
Alle mann hadde fota (All the Men had Feet) by Pelle Joner from the Album Norwegian Folk Songs
Books about Hadde:
Hadde. El planeta vivo (Spanish Edition) by Fernández Giner and Juan (Jun 1, 2008)
En hadde de liefde niet.(text in Afrikaans)(Eros ontbind)(Book review): An article from: Literator by Salomi Louw (Jan 7, 2008)
"dar Hadde Hê Werf Alse Meibôm Tô Aken".... (German Edition) by Hugo Loersch (Oct 7, 2011)
Ik hadde de nieusgierigheid De reizen door het Nabije Oosten van Cornelis de Bruijn (ca. 1652-1727) (Ex Oriente... by J de Hond and H J W Drijvers (Dec 31, 1997)
Vi Hadde Det Godt Her (We Had It Good Here) by Ardis B. Folstad (Apr 1, 1987)
Ik hadde de nieusgierigheid: De reizen door het Nabije Oosten van Cornelis de Bruijn (ca. 1652-1727) (Mededelingen... (1997)
Mannen Som Hadde Alt by Louis Bromfield (1936)
Wiki information Hadde:
"Wadde hadde dudde da?" was the German entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2000, performed in an invented dialect of German by comedian Stefan Raab. The song was the fifteenth performed on the night, following Denmark's Olsen Brothers with "Fly on...
Haddenham is a large village and is also a civil parish within Aylesbury Vale district in Buckinghamshire, England. Its estimated population in 2011 is 8,385 It is about 5 miles south-west of Aylesbury and 2 miles north-east of Thame.