How many syllables are in have? 1 syllable

Divide have into syllables: have

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haves (1 syllables), bear (1 Syllables), birth (1 Syllables), cause (1 Syllables), consume (2 Syllables), deliver (3 Syllables), experience (4 Syllables), experience (4 Syllables), feature (2 Syllables), get (1 Syllables), get (1 Syllables), get (1 Syllables), give (1 Syllables), give birth (2 Syllables), have got (2 Syllables), hold (1 Syllables), hold (1 Syllables), induce (2 Syllables), ingest (2 Syllables), let (1 Syllables), make (1 Syllables), make (1 Syllables), make (1 Syllables), must (1 Syllables), need (1 Syllables), own (1 Syllables), possess (2 Syllables), receive (2 Syllables), receive (2 Syllables), rich person (3 Syllables), stimulate (3 Syllables), take (1 Syllables), take (1 Syllables), take in (2 Syllables), t (1 Syllables) abdicate (3 syllables), abort (2 syllables), antecede (3 syllables), asseverate (4 syllables), aver (2 syllables), backslide (2 syllables), bang (1 syllables), be (1 syllables), bed (1 syllables), behold (2 syllables), belay (2 syllables), berate (2 syllables), bestride (2 syllables), birth (1 syllables), blench (1 syllables),

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