=haprtmarks item in contrast, or focuses on manner of doing somethingTB muramurai mea-ha ma idioi.Take TB medicines properly.Pitoi hepatoi orai rao, tamai rautu oraꞌora-ha.The poor cuscus's ears were bleeding and his fur was covered in blood.Umui-ro pitoi oduꞌai-ka, "Ruꞌai hoꞌu behai-ha ita oroaꞌoiadioumo."Then the dog cursed the cuscus: "You will have only the tops of trees to hunt in."Ka pitoi ihoi-ha eibuai-ka uroi reꞌei-da.The cuscus would just wake up and eat freely without making any contribution.Ara dui-ha iiho rabia turia-ha himioiDo not eat these foods every day.Emeꞌa mereei-ro epui-ha imamuiꞌa.Whoever finds you will just break your head.Ruu gaꞌai-ha piaꞌubai.He got the bow and arrows.
haaharubuana rough and noisy crowd of people, such as a protest march, a rugby crowd, or when chasing a pig, always a negative termBoomoi haaharubuaei-to obodidioumo'a. Don't chase the pig like a rabble.Oorioi-da haaharubuae rautu oorioumo'a.Do not play with a big noise/roughly.
haahinlizard species with long tail, up to 3m in lengthThe hahi is fast and fierce. They live in the bush closer to the hills. They imitate sounds and are good for eating.
haitopostto (somewhere) for (a purpose)Muramura motoi-haito ma odai.Go to the clinic.Emera ati muramurai-ro iiꞌa, upibaiꞌoi-haito bia, dubui rautu-ka.Practices and medicines are available, not just for mothers, but also for men.
haman1place a long way from the river bank and deep in the bushRoo peei oomai taitai-dara? Abia, hama-ka. Did you make your canoe by the river? No, deep in the bush.2highlands
hama geroꞌonspecies of rat with dark fur, long-nosed melomys(melomys hidung pantang)