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- Contracción del verbo have y el pronombre it.
- 1640, George Herbert, Witts Recreations, página № 97:
- Although they ſemme us onely to affect,
- ’Tis their Content, not ours, they moſt reſpect :
- They for their own ends cunningly can feigne,
- And though they have’t by nature, yet they’ll ſtrain :
- Snre if on earth, by wiles gain’d might be bliſſe,
- Staight that I were a woman I would wiſh.
- 1662, anonimos, Rump, página № 73:
- Yet ’cause the Rout will have’t perform’d by you,
- And long to see done what they dare not Doe.
- 1698, L. Menton, William Coward, Matthew Prior y John Oldham, Money Maſters all Things, página № 75:
- Then other whiles for outer Soles they raiſe,
- Such poor thin Hides by their unlawful ways,
- Which they well know, for ſuch uſe are not fit,
- Theſe Crafts they uſe more Money for to get,
- Than lawful ways can compaſs them, or bring :
- And thus we ſee Money’s the only thing
- At which all Trades and Myſteries do look,
- And are reſolv’d to have’t by Hook or Crook.