hucahut͡ʃɑ˧ ˦n1laddle, a spoon like material made from wood, use for dipping out tok from the pot.mara ɓa pyam ta hyaa nyatisi tok na hucaiPyam people use to fetch mush from the pot with a serving spoon.fyemawa da suna kwashe tuwo daga tukunya da mara ne2paddle, serving spoon.mara
huca 1laddle, a spoon like material made from wood, use for dipping out tok from the pot.
hudinghudiŋ˨ ˦na kind of loinsclothes in primitive Pyam, worn by women.wani irin tufafin mata a gargajiyan Pyam.
hudukahudukɑ˨ ˨ ˦aduka˧ ˧ ˦nvalley or hollow on the ground surface which stores water when it rains (singular). kwari
hukwin-wulhukwinwul˧ ˧ ˧akwin-wul˧ ˦ ˦nsweater, cardigan or any kind of clothe that is worn in other to keep person warmrigar tare sanyi
humat2humɑt˧ ˧1vto give a gift or present to someonebada kyauta2na gift or present.kayan kyautar
humat1humɑt˧ ˦na masquerade which appears mostly during the fushi-ɗiji festivals which usually takes place in august.wani irin dodo a al'adar Pyamawa
humbyerhumbjɛr˨ ˨humbyeri ˦ ˦ ˨na multi string musical instrument similar to guitar made from a grass stalk.molo do janar hakuri gindiri ta hyaa tye jai humbyeri late janar Hakuri Gindiri was harp player marigayi janar Hakuri Gindiri da makaɗin molo ne