II want to know the name of the wordthat goes with haber to form phrases dado estado etc
The second part of the verb in perfect tenses, e.g. he ido, has comido, habéis venido, habías cantado... is called "past participle" (participio); regular past participles end in -ado or -ido, but there are some that are irregular that have different endings, like hecho, dicho, puesto...
Here is a bit more information, have a look.
I hope that helps.
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