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haa1place, sometime attached to the owner as in pehaa (their place)Ŋmba, u haa chin, wre pe tuni wa.He who knows the place is the one sent.2place
haahuumillionU swa ŋga u ta mu tɛɛ banki, ki wɛ cedi haahuu na.The money he has put in the bank is more than a million cedis.
haalefarNa mu haale ma na chia mandiɛ ndru.When you are far from home, you do not hear news from there.
haaleefar awayHaalee tnɛɛ n tna.Living far away from home is not sweet.
haaleeleevery far awayPie pe viŋge mbe wa haaleelee wɔmu nu.They will throw them far away into the darkness.
hachilawisdomPɔ wre lee na hachila ni.The child is growing with wisdom.
hahuumillions or uncountableWre wra yiri mna yiɛklu na u wifɛɛnlɛ hahuu pre ni.He got up and went with so many soldiers they were uncountable.
hakasomewhere, anywhereU sɛ haka.He went somewhere.
hakɛevilKee ŋga sisampefɛɛnlɛ chaa mbe pe yi na pie hakɛ kee ta mbe pe, la, frakafɛɛnlɛ we yire gbiŋmbi.All that wicked people want is to find evil things to do, but the righteous stand firm.Ki pe hakɛ swa, ki tia mbra n kolo ŋga mbe o ki chaa o swa nu.It is evil money so it can't be put in with our money.
halieven ifHali na u n pan kuraa, mbe sɛ.Even if he does not come, I will go.
hamahammerHama ni chaa mbe danka gbeele.I need a hammer to build a box.
hankrodried skin of an animalHankro yire mu jafa na.The dried skins keep long in the market.
hanyinibirdHanyini wre tro lɔɔ kre yiɛ na.The bird flew across the river.
hanyjoococonutHanyjoo tiŋge kre to.The coconut tree is fallen.
haŋaremainder of thingsSena swa kre haŋa kre nyi hin?Where is the last of the money?
haŋmbaararashNyiɛkpɔɔ we ti mbe na haŋmbaara to e na mbe ki ti e na yua.God will cause rashes to fall on you and you will be scratching.
haŋuremainder of peopleSena haŋu wre nyi hin?Where is the last person?
hautroubleMa ni hau.Don't trouble me.
hayɛsomewhereKi tia yire ee klu mbe sɛ tini hayɛ.Because of it, you will go and stay somewhere.
hɛgoNa maa sɛ, mu hɛ yo mu lo pan na ni u shaari.When you go, greet your mother for me.
hɛɛragoodnessE ti mbe o na sisaa pini mbe ki pan hɛɛra ni hin?Should you let us keep doing evil so goodness will come?
hinat end of a sentence makes a questionU mɛɛ na chlɔ. Ŋgi na hin? Blɔ nu u yili.Her name is woman. Why is this? She came from man.
hlaunconcernedPɔ wre ke ka ma na yaka ni; u ndro hla titi.The child is not concerned about anything.
hlestartU tnumu kre nɔɔ hle.He has started the work.