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haptcstill, yetƲ ha hɛ nɩmɛ.He is still there.Ʋ ha bɩ kɔ.He has not yet come.
ha-rtfemale person
haaadjto open wide (mouth)Kɛŋ ŋ niiŋ haa dɩ mɩ hɛ daalusuŋ.Open your mouth wide so that I can put medicine in it.
-haa1n sxsfxdifficult, problematicwʋhaaa difficult problem2-adjsfxbecome wildNɛŋ la bɩrɩmɛ kʋhaa nɛ.The cow has become wild.3adjsfxbitterdɩhaarɩŋbitter soup
habalɩjoŋna kite
habalɩŋnlizard1.6.1.3.2Lizard
habalɩŋguomuŋnmillipede
habalkʋlchiliŋna kind of worm normally found in dry cow dung
habidiirenfavourite wife
habinchinrival talk or rivalry
habonjoŋnunmarried woman (spinster, widow)
hachagɩra/hachagɩrʋnmidwife2.5Health
hachɛɛrɛnwoman chaser
hachooluŋnbeloved woman
hachɔrʋmʋŋnprostitute
hadaahiimiŋntree parasite[sp.]1.5.7Plant diseases
hadiiyɩɩlɩŋnspecial funeral song
hadɔŋɔcfdɩanaaŋhahɩaŋn1female companion2co-wife3rival
hadɔrʋŋnenvy, rivalryBaa dii hadɔrʋŋ nɛ.They envy each other.
hafal-gɛrɩŋnbride attire, wedding dress
hafalɩŋnbride, newly married wife
hafalɩŋ balanbridegroom, newly married husband
hagaarʋnbackbiter, tale teller
hagɩlansand1.2.2Substance, matter
hagɩlɩbumbugulonfine sand1.2.2Substance, matter