Vernacular - English
hososotoo hot to eatDɩsɩŋ ŋaa hososo nɛ, mɩ bɩ wuo dii.The soup is too hot, I cannot eat it.
hɔdoluŋcross bar of a bicycles220.127.116.11Metal
hɔlɔɔ kuripoticoalpot, charcoal stove (also kuripoti) hɔŋ1to sitƲ hɔŋ kpasa nyuŋ.He sat on a chair.2to stayMɩ hɔŋ Kʋmasɩ lɛ jɩsɩŋ banɔŋ nɛ.I stayed in Kumasi for five years. hucffàa 1to hideBile na ʋ nyɩmma ʋʋ kɔ, ʋ hu.When the child saw his father coming he hid.2to festerDɩ ŋ nɛ bɩ naawɩɩl la nyuŋ bene ʋ jaŋ hu.If you don't treat the sore, it will fester. hugito buryLa dɩa hugi sʋʋŋ.We buried the dead yesterday. hunnumushroom (gen. term) huoto stop (rain)Duonuŋ huo nɛ.The rain stopped. huonuŋweapons and fetishes belonging to a dead person huoŋvenom, poison of animals (incl. rabies) -huoŋraw food, uncooked food, unripe fruitnammɩɩhuoŋraw meat huosito bark, howlVahɩŋ nɩɩ huosi.The dogs are barking. hurito digHuri bʋa.Dig a hole. huunigroan (in pain)Nyanyal bɛɛ tɩɩna nɩɩ huuni nla?Which sick person is groaning like that?