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hagɔgɔcfgɔgɔnfemale expert, praise singer
hagɔgʋ-dɩndɛnnɛnfemale praise-singer
hagɔgʋhɩaŋnleader of the female praise-singers
hagɔgʋŋnfuneral-song
hahɩaŋcfdɩanaaŋhadɔŋɔnsenior wife
hajaanchɩnchɩɩmɩŋna kind of black ant, soldier ant1.6.1.7Insect
hajaaŋkuŋkuŋnowl1.6.1.2Bird
hajaarɩ kɩaacfbʋbʋɔŋ kɩaajaarɩŋn.plbridewealth, dowry
hakeleethe right of a woman to do or not to do something four times
hakɩaacfliŋiŋnmenstruation2.5Health
halvto fry sth.Ʋʋ hal pɩɩŋ nɛ.She is frying yam.
halɩcfnagɩŋ/nagɩsɩŋwʋkɛnɩŋn(Hs.) behaviour
halɩɩcfdeeŋ deeŋgeemwuuadv.to do sth. for a long timeƲ hɔŋ dɩa lɛ halɩɩ wɩa jʋʋ.He sat in the house until sunset.
-halɩŋn sxsfx1eggsuuhalɩŋguinea fowl egg2batterytɔɔchɩhalɩŋtorch battery3glass of a lampchaanhalɩŋglass of a lantern
hamanhammer
hambayalansupine position, flat on the backƲ pɩŋ hambayala.He slept on his back.
hambien1(sg.) child (only used to differentiate from an adult)2(pl.) children
hambii tɩɩnanchildish person
hambolibienboy
hambɔmʋŋ/hambɔyɛnbauhinia (plant)
hambɔŋkatɩɩnanmumps2.5Health2.5.2Disease
hambɔyɛna kind of tree [sp.]1.5.1Tree
hanɩhɩaŋnold woman
hanɩhɩawiekɛnviisetɔnsensitive plant