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Cntx.var.háāconjthen, soHáā Yésuɛ áhə́ŋlɛ́né áwab eʼsó.Then Jesus was transformed in front of their eyes.
haahàːn1illicit gin, whiskeyHaa adíi melâm ḿmɛ̄d.Haa is our own whiskey.
háāCntx.var.of
hakéhàképartnotHaké bwěm éʼsyə̄ə̄n éʼkíne epun ehɔ́g.Not all clothes dry the same day.Syn.saké
háwaháwàháwaEnglishhourn9/10oʼclock, hourHáwa ehéé dɛ́kɛ?What time shall we go?
hébtehébtèGermanHeftnexercise book
héé1Dial.var.hɛ́ɛ́ ?quwhereHéé éhɔ́bé weé mwǎnned adé?Where did you say your brother is?
-héé2héːadjwhich, question adjective (for nouns of classes 1-19 taking the required agreement prefix)Cf.ahééáhéébéhééehéééhéééʼhééméhééńhéé
hěnDial.var.ofhɛ̌n
hɛ̂hɛ̂adv.lthere, locative adverb, close to hearer, specific locationCf.hɛ́n2wén
hɛ̂ də́əhɛ̂ də̂ːconjfrom there
hɛ́ɛhɛ̂ːCntx.var.hɛ́ɛ̄conjthen, so thenHɛ́ɛ ngəə ákíí mwê nchémɛ alə́ged.Leopard went to escort his friend Bat.
hɛ́ɛ̄Cntx.var.ofhɛ́ɛ
hɛɛ́nhɛ̌ːnideoseriously
hɛ́nhɛ́nadv.lhere, locative adverb, close to speaker, specific locationHyǎg hɛ́n.Come here.Cf.hɛ̂2wén
hɛ̌nhɛ̌nDial.var.hěnideowith impunity
həd ne mekiíhə̀t̚ nè mèkǐːexpcovered with blood, full of blood
hə́ə́ŋhə́ːŋideoof open space or placeHǒm ádē aviɔ̂n áhúnɛɛ́, ábâg hə́ə́ŋ.The place where the plane lands is wide open.
hiíhǐːPl.liín19/13camwood (used for red colouring)Pterocarpus soyauxii (Baphia nitida)Á ekɔ́ɔ̄sē béwɔ́gtɛ ncháa hií.In Bakossi a new mother is rubbed with camwood.ekɔgɛn é hiíèkɔ̀gɛ̀n é hǐːeʼkɔgɛn éʼ hiín7/8stone on which to grind camwood
hííhyə̄gɛ̄híːhjə̄gɛ̄behííhyə̄gɛ̄n1/2mud waspHííhyə̄gɛ̄ eelédɛ́ɛ́ bad.The mud wasp does not sting people.Syn.nhííhyə̄gɛ̄
hǐinhǐìnn.mod14many, plenty, plentifulHǐin á bad áwédé nzum hɛ́n.Many people died in a fight here.Eʼchin béesaá ámpé hǐin.There is not much colocasia any more.
hînSp.var.ofhǐin
hínāgɛ̄hínāgɛ̄behínāgɛ̄n1/2red (purple) kind of cocoyamHínāgɛ̄ abooʼ akwagɛl.Red cocoyam is good to chew.
hínííhíníːadv.lthere, locative adverb, far from speaker and hearer, specific locationKɛ̌ étêd páá híníí.Go and take the cutlass over there.