I'm sure that usage is commonly separated per Cargest's suggestions. Regardless, this is what the OED returns for me:
[The OED is available to many library subscribers online. A nice resource to have.]
1. a. An emotion of extreme dislike or aversion; detestation, abhorrence, hatred. Now chiefly poet.
Beowulf (Z.) 2554 Hete wćs on-hrered. c825 Vesp. Psalter cxxxix. 3 [cxl. 2] a ohtun heatas in heortan alne de. c900 tr. Bćda's Hist. III. xv. [xxi.] (1890) 222 He forseah & on hete hćfde a men. c1200 ORMIN 4454 iff u beresst hete and ni. c1205 LAY. 20441 Muchel hunger & hćte [c1275 hate]. c1250 Gen. & Ex. 3638 Wi-uten ate and strif. c1275 LAY. 8322 at after hate come loue. c1315 SHOREHAM 161 Thou areredst therne storm And alle thys hete. 1340 Ayenb. 8 Zenne of hate and of wree and of grat ire. 1382 WYCLIF 2 Sam. xiii. 15 With to myche greet haate. 1491 CAXTON Vitas Patr. (W. de W. 1495) II. 221b/2 A relygyouse that shall haue in a hate the delectacyons of the flesshe. 1513 DOUGLAS Ćneis XIII. Prol. 129 Thus sayr me dredis I sal thoill a heyt, For the graue study I haue so long forleyt. 1570 Satir. Poems Reform. xviii. 107 our Inobedience hes purchessit Goddis hait. 1667 MILTON P.L. VII. 54 Unimaginable as hate in Heav'n. 1777 SIR W. JONES Ess. Imit. Arts in Poems, etc. 195 Where there is vice, which is detestable in itself, there must be hate. 1877 MRS. OLIPHANT Makers Flor. i. 10 Generations which succeeded each other in the same hates and friendships.
b. The object of hatred. poetic.
1592 SHAKES. Rom. & Jul. I. v. 140 My onely Loue sprung from my onely hate. 1594 MARLOWE & NASHE Dido III. ii, Here lies my hate, Aeneas' cursed brat. 1713 SWIFT Cadenus & Vanessa 505 Of half mankind the dread and hate.