haiyu̱kpulon.a weed; an herb, Matt. 13:32; a plant; a tare, Matt. 13:25, 26; a vegetable; herbage; a hollyhock; thoroughwort; any weed for which there is no particular name is called by this general name.
hakthe, and its compounds. See ak, etc.; but as the compounds of the two differ in some instances, it is best to insert those of hak here at length, that necessary comments may be made regarding such particles as require them, having in mind also the different senses of the same word after different parts of speech. Compounds: haka — hakano — hakat or hakʋt — hakato or hakʋto — hakbano — hakbʋno, adv., that only hakcho — hakbanot — hakbat — hak cho? a form of inquiry used in anger — hakhe, etc., probably not used — haki̱ — hakinli, adv., also; likewise — hakinli, a. pronoun, meaning self — hakint — hakkia — hakma, probably not used — hako, a particle — hakocha — hakoka — hakokʋno — hakokʋt — hakokʋto — hakoke — hakokia — hakona — hakosh — hakot.