Meaning of hadaway in English:

hadaway

Pronunciation /ˌhadəˈweɪ/

exclamation

(also haddaway)
Northern English
  • Used to express encouragement, exasperation, or incredulity.

    ‘hadaway, youse two, give us a hand’
    • ‘haddaway, the only way the likes of us can see the lads now is on bloody telly.’

Origin

Early 19th century apparently from hold away (meaning ‘stay away’); often used as representative of a stereotypical Geordie dialect.