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hâbler   ásesɛ̌, ɓola, pɔŋgɔ elaŋgé, ɓɛ́ eleké   
hackles    wiyamɛ, wúlɛ̌
be bristling - wúlamɛ
hail          mbúa á maɗale, maɗále má Lóɓa
hair nyɔ̌   
white hair  -   nyúɛ, epúmbwɛlɛ á mulópō  
Hair    ekúduman,  m̀penda má mulópō
hairdresser  mweŋgedi , musénjedi    
hairy     mwanjá, nyɔ̌ na nyɔ̌
half    epasi, esukú, esúŋgu
halo of the moon     kɔ́t'á mɔ́di
hammer    eɓomɛlan, ámedi, háma
hammerhead    ndóm á matói
hammerhead shark (small dogfish) -  ndóm
hand in hand   own   tuyɛ, twiyɛ
recover from illness  - émbɛ nyólo, timbea
hand     diá
a hand of plantains - ŋganjo á myɛlɛ́
handkerchief    wáŋgisi á mbɔ́m  
handle    mwéndi, pandá
handle spear – pandá á  jɔŋgɔ́
handle   dipumá, mutɔ́di, mwéndi
doorknob - mutɔ́di má jɔmbɛ
hang    kwɛmɛ, pátamɛ
cling to sth. -  kwɛmɛnɛ, piyamɛ, piamɛ, peyamɛ
hang    panɛ, panamɛ.
hang  -  panɛ mɔ́mɛ́nɛ́ diwoŋgo
happiness ɓonam
happiness
ɓonam, dipɛ́su, munam,   musimá  
wish for happiness
ná selélélé   
happy to do sth.   ɓekúŋ na bekúŋ, ná yakiyaki
happy    nama
happy
nama
make   happy  
namsɛ
one who is   happy
ŋgán
happy   ɗɔlisanɛ, munyɛŋgɛ   
harass    épɛ
harass   
épɛ, kámbɛ, lakamɛlɛ, lakamɛyɛ  
harassment
épamɛ, ná kámbɛ-kámbɛ   
Hard      amba, ambisɛ, ɓém, ténda, tétém
Hard inside some trees
eyɛwɛ́
hard after cooking   cassava  
makwamba má ndɔ́kí
sth. is not   hard  
esɛ́ŋgɛ́-sɛŋgɛ
to be tough
amba, ambanɛ, ambea, émbamɛ,   ténda
make hard
ambisɛ, téndisɛ
be hard against   q.   
téndea, ná temtem,   ná káŋkáŋ
harden   ambisɛ, éŋga, éŋsɛ, kóka         
harden énysɛ
hardness  
hardness     
ɓólóndó, ɓwambí, mutudú,   mundéŋndéŋ, nkéŋ, muténda, kákákó, simbákó jambaka, ndɔkí  
hardness ears
ɓewókéá
harm       ɓola ɓoɓé, takisɛ, talisanɛ
harmful    ɓóusanɛ, pɔisin
harmonica    ŋgɔmbí á mudumbu    
harmonium    ŋgɔmbí á myéndé
harp  munɗende    
harp  munɗende    
munɗende, ndiŋgá á ɗóm lá misiŋga
play the harp
ǒɓa munɗende, ndiŋgá
harpoons for fishing manatee      sɔlɔ
harpooner    jaŋgó lá sɔlɔ
harvest      mumbwa
harvest           umbwa
hassle    ɓetakisedi, matúsan, mitakisan, mufidi
hat  tambá    
straw hat
tambá á esásá  
top hat  
tambá munjóŋgo
hatch  pambwa, wúŋga  
hatch -  kɛ́kɛ, wúŋgisɛ  
hatching  kɛ́kɛ, ɓɔ́dumɛyɛ, ɓólamɛ .
smolder under the ashes  - ɓokumɛyɛ
hate         ɓena, síŋgɛ̌  
do hate  
ɓensɛ     
will hate
ɓensanɛ, síŋganɛ
hatred      diɓena, ɓosíŋgá
haughty    esá, jasɛkɛmɛyɛ
Hausa    Muwúsā
have   álea, ɓɛ́nɛ          
have to q. -  ɓɛ́nɛyɛ  
have to      áŋgamɛnɛ
hawk    mbela, wómbé
hazardous esɔnjisan  
he or she  a, mú, dí, é, í, ɓó, e
head        mulópō
crown  
diɓɔɓɔ́, diɓɔɓɔ́di
have headaches  
ɓóa mulópō, ɓɛ́nɛ sese ó mulópō
strong pain head
mulópō   múndɛ́nɛ
make head  
káka ɓosó
the  head first   
núma poloŋgo
headgear  ekótó, tambá, ekóŋgó, ŋgaŋgo
heal     ɓɔ́lɛ, ɓɔ́lisɛ diɓóa
can cure -  ɓɔ́lisanɛ
healing    eyáŋgwa   
healing
eyáŋgwa, eyondɛ, ɓɔlɛ, ja ɓwám
healing   fast
eyáŋgwa
recovery   slow   
eyondɛ
Health  mukéŋkéŋ, yɔ́kitanɛ
good health  
mukéŋkéŋ
the old man is still in very good health
 mudun moto   a día mukéŋkéŋ jǐta
be in poor health    
yɔ́kitanɛ
I feel bad since yesterday
nyólo e yɔ́kitán mbá ɓotea kíɛrɛ
the patient wanders
m̀ɓóedi mú yɔ́kitán ɓwambo
heap      dipumá      
heap  
dipumá, mwindí,   nyudú, nyulú, njúnju
a great heap
diŋgúndu
a small pile  
diɓɔtɔ
scrape up   
bímbɛ
hear seŋga, sɔ̂ŋtanɛ    
s hearing  
koka
s' hear with   q.  
toŋgwisanɛ
s' hear each other
sɔ̂ŋtanɛlɛ̌
what one hears  
eseŋgɛ́-seŋgɛ
what does mean bad
musíŋsiŋ
hearing  ɓeseŋgédī
heart  muléma
heartburn  - eyonjɛ
heat   ebabadi, eyididi

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