Vernacular - English
harɩbʋfollower, supporter, generation to come harɩchɩnnasupporter, assistant
harɩŋ1back (anat)Mɩ harɩŋ nɩɩ wɩɩ.My back is paining.2.1Body
harɩŋ21after, behindKʋ chɩŋ dɩa la harɩŋ.Stand behind the house.2next, last (thing or person)Harɩŋ yɔbɔ chɛɛŋ, mɩ jaŋ mʋ Wa.Next week I will go to Wa. harɩtoorofollower, disciple hasaŋŋawomen whose dowry has not been paid hasaŋŋa biiillegitimate child hasɛrɛa little while, for a momentLeŋ la dii kʋlʋŋ hasɛrɛ anna mʋ jaŋ tʋɔŋ.Let us eat TZ first and then go to town. hasʋanawoman who has just completed childbirth
hatagɩlawoman's helper (older woman, usually stepmother helping e.g. after childbirth)4.1.9Kinship
hatolibiefirst-born child of a woman hayambaoh! (expression of astonishment)Hayamba, ŋ kɔ nɛba?Oh have you come? heelito announceKuoro heele bʋl dɩ nʋʋkala sɩ́ Kumasi mʋ, dɩ kanchuobiee hɛ nɩmɛ.The chief announced that nobody should go to Kumasi, because there is an outbreak of measles there.