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hachéto chop (including culinary use); to chop downsynflandjé
hadclothes, garment; linen, laundry, washingsynlenj
halin hal hó sawyer working at the top of the saw pit; hal ba each of the two sawyers working at the bottom? Derived from halé (see below)? (This meaning not in FEW 16, 130a ss.) Also in Dom.
haléto pull, draw; to tow; to snatch, seize; halé lèt to milk; halé viré to pull in (fishing line)synsezitó1
hamakhammock cloth tied to two poles for carrying a baby or a sick or dead person
hamsakknapsack, canvas backpackTE from E haversack
haponnento harpoon; to saw with a cross saw
hapsaladmeddler? hapé + salad? (Bernabé1983, 4, who gives it for Guad.; not found anywhere else.)
haranherring; haran sò smoked herring
heléto shout; to cry lustily, to bawl, (stronger than quasi
hóhigh; tall; paler skinned; an hó above
hòdin hòd di apart from? F hors except, apart from? (FEW 3, 702a does not give a form in [d].) Also in StL, Dom.
hont2unspec. var. oflahontshame