Meaning of Find

What is Find:

Find is a transitive verb that is used to refer to finding a thing or person by chance or looking for it. For example: "my mother found the keys to the apartment."

In this sense, it can refer to finding something that was lost and stumbling upon it by chance, as it can also happen with a person. "I met my friend at the supermarket and we talked for a long time."

The word find is also used to invent or discover something, for example: "I have faith that the cure for Zika will soon be found." Also, it is used to notice the change of a quality or circumstance: "find your son very changed".

On the other hand, the verb to find, used as a pronominal, indicates the way a certain person is, for example: ´´your mother was very ill´´. It also expresses the place of a person or thing, "I am in Paris, in the city of love."

Synonyms of find are: find, bump, stumble, hit, discover, notice, hit. The antonyms, for their part, are: misguiding, misguiding, distancing, etc.

Etymologically, the word to find comes from the Latin afflare which meant 'blowing towards something', 'brushing something with your breath', 'smelling the trail of something', and finally the word was left with the meaning 'finding something, finding it'.

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All three terms are correct, and despite being pronounced similarly, they are spelled differently and have different meanings:


Halla is the conjugated form of the verb to find, as the third person singular of the present indicative, or the second person singular of the imperative. ´´Find your identification document before going out with your friends´´, ´´my office is in the capital´´.


The term haya can be used as a noun and a verb. In the first case, it is used to identify the large tree with gray bark, hard white wood, which is used to build furniture. For its part, in the case of being used as a verb, it corresponds to a verb form of the verb to have, for example: ´´in case there is meat, I stop at the market´´.

For more information, see the article Beech.


As aya, the person in charge of the education and care of the children is known. For example: "my youngest aunt will be my children's nurse."

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