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ha1haquantjoins parts of complex numbers
ha2haAux1aux 'be'Probable2aux (oft. preceded by -ile)Probablehaha
-hahavsfxemphatic particle? (usu. after -la)Tentative
=haacusp. var. of=hacubut comparative
habahaba1advapart, separatelyaparteIbirita taca haba alata hibua bicho?While you were having your period, did you make a separate fire?Estando con tu regla has hecho lumbre aparte?Conf, f1 1.1Probable2vpurify3advelsewherecfhabotimahabaqualecomp.habakʷalev1be far away fromHachibueno tera ynemi nayame nipuenta habemate isticomano nahabuaqualeta habuemate quene fetecota nisibula.We ask that all good things may come to us and that we may be far from evil.Pedimos abundancia de todos los bienes y remedio de todos los males.Ysamolacoco noco micoconaqua ynihetico ninihaueti manda mine nabalunuletema habuaqualesi hantile manisinoma Diosima nantela namotecho?Traes firme proposito y voluntad de enmendar tu vida y de no tornar a ofender a Dios por quien todos vivimos?2amend?
habaquahabakʷadial. var.abaquasubordconnlater, at that timeProbable
habaqualehabakʷalev1be far away fromremedio deHachibueno tera ynemi nayame nipuenta habemate isticomano nahabuaqualeta habuemate quene fetecota nisibula.We ask that all good things may come to us and that we may be far from evil.Pedimos abundancia de todos los bienes y remedio de todos los males.Ysamolacoco noco micoconaqua ynihetico ninihaueti manda mine nabalunuletema habuaqualesi hantile manisinoma Diosima nantela namotecho?Traes firme proposito y voluntad de enmendar tu vida y de no tornar a ofender a Dios por quien todos vivimos?2amend?comp. ofhabaapart
habaribovunknown verbTentativeabaribo
habitahabitanfire, flame?Tentative
habitosp. var.abiton*habit (religious clothing)Borrowed from SpanishBorrowed
habosohabosov1receive, acceptrecibirP- Hotosinta inifinano mantahabosotecho?Do you accept him for your spouse and husband?Recebisle por vuestro esposo, y marido? 1612 Bap 34.1Hono-melomano pilaneqe nabe chaleqe quenema haiarota ebetoqe ybama nahabosoqe mosotequa qerebama nahitanima;§ The shell of the ocean opens every night and every morning to receive the dew from the sky, wherewith the pearl congeals in it; the peal locks itself in, when the sun has risen and the day has advanced, and preserves its natural heat and so that it may be seen afterwards by all, it locks itself in.La concha del mar, noche y mañana se abre para recebir el rocio del Cielo con el qual se conjela le perla en ella, la qual se cierra al salir del Sol quando es ya muy de dia, y viene escalentando, y por que puede ser entonces de todos vista se cierra.1612 Cat 1.1Confident2give?Tentativehabaso
habotimahabotimaadjapart from otherscfhaba
habuahabʷaadjchaste, virtuous, unsinful
hachahatʃa1nwhatConfident2interrogwhichConfident3whenConfidentcfcha2acha
hachahiatihatʃahiatintemperament?Tentative
hachahyohatʃahjosp. var.hachiahiavlose one's virginityperder la virginidadAquita hachahiaticumetera care. Courteous maidens, of good heart and good temperamentArte, f4 1.1Aquita achahyatileta hybuatecho?O no a llegado a ti varon?Conf, f1 1.1Probablehachahiaachahyahachachiohachahio
hachamanetihatʃamanetiadjdevoteddevoto
hachamani habetiadjfaithful?fiel?
hachamovmarvel
hachaniquenihehatʃanikʷeniheinterroghow many
hachaqenisp. var. ofhachaqueni1do what which do why when
hachaquan(component of the word for 'altar cloth)comp.amuna haquachaamunan
hachaquanihatʃakʷanisp. var. ofhachaqueni2why do what
hachaqueni1hatʃakʷenisp. var.chacuenechaquenchaquenehachaqenihacháqueni1interrogdo whatConfident2interrogwhichcuálHolata chaqueneco?Which of the chiefs?Cuál de los caciques?Arte f68Confident3interrogdo whyConfident4interrogwhenConfident5interroghowConfident6vdo something(?)Tentative7vmatter, be importantchaquenihachaquehachaquenihachaqueneachaquenhachaquenhachaquẽachaque
hachaqueni2hatʃakʷenisp. var.achaquenechacuenhachaquani1why2do whathachequeniqeachaqueniqeachaquenihachaqueniqene