ha (vi ha...) > haveir is (there is/are...)  
hábil   a. invar. skillful  
hábit (m)   n.   dress  
habitant (m)   n.   inhabitant  
habitar 1S: hábito inhabit  
    v.i.   live in a house
habitatzoun (f)   n.   apartment  
        flat UK
hábiti (m pl)   n.   clothes [pl.]  
habitual   a. invar. habitual  
habituar 1S: habitúo habituate  
  habituar-se (a)   v.refl.   get used to  
haló!   int.   hello! on the phone
ham (m)   n. Pl: haimi hook  
hâmster (m)   n.   hamster  
hanca (f)   n. Pl: hanque hip  
haringa (f)   n. Pl: haringue herring  
harmelliyn (m)   n.   ermine  
harmonía (f)   n.   harmony  
harmonious, -a   a.   harmonious  
harmonizar   harmonize  
harpa (f)   n.   harp  
harûngia (f)   n. Pl: harûngë swallow bird
hauniyr 1S: haunisco shame  
haunta (f)   n.   shame  
haveir 1S: hoy, 3S: has, 1P: haveim, 3P: han; Subj 1S: haya; Fut 1S: havroy have  
  haveir besûnha de   phr.   need  
  haveir bona fâça   phr.   look well  
  haveir cald   phr.   be hot  
  haveir cûlpa   phr.   be wrong be to blame
  haveir envidza (de)   phr.   feel like  
        be anxious (to)  
  haveir es vexatzouns   phr.   be in trouble  
  haveir fame   phr.   be hungry  
  haveir friyd   phr.   be cold  
  haveir intentzoun (a)   phr.   intend to
  haveir loc   phr.   take place  
  haveir mala fâça   phr.   look ill  
  haveir paûr (de)   phr.   be afraid (of)  
  haveir que   phr.   must  
  haveir ratzoun   phr.   be right  
  haveir tort   phr.   be wrong be in error
  haveir vercûndza (de)   phr.   be ashamed (of)  
  haveir xit   phr.   be thirsty  
  haveir xón   phr.   be sleepy  
hebdomadêr, -a   a.   weekly  
hebdomadêrament   adv.   weekly  
hêira (f)   n.   ivy  
héliç (f)   n. Pl: hélici propeller  
hêlicôpter (m)   n.   helicopter  
hêliûm (m)   n.   helium  
hêmisphêra (f)   n.   hemisphere  
hêmorrhagía (f)   n.   hemorrhage  
hêmorrhoîde (f pl)   n.   piles [pl.]  
herbívor (m)   n.   herbivore  
hêretar 1S: hêreito inherit  
hermétic, -a   a.   airtight  
hernia (f)   n.   hernia  
hêro (m)   n. Pl: hêros hero  
hêroïc, -a   a.   heroic  
hêroîna (f)   n.   heroine  
hêroîsmo   n.   heroism  
hêroun (m)   n.   heron  
hêsitar   v.i. 1S: hésito hesitate  
hêsitatzoun (f)   n.   hesitation  
hevrêu, hevrea   nat.a. Pl: hevrêi Hebrew  
hictar   v.i.   hickup  
hierba (f)   n.   grass  
hieri   adv.   yesterday  
  hieri seira   adv.   last night  
Himalaye (f pl)   pr.n.   Himalayas  
hindou (m/f)   nat.n/a Pl: híndous Hindu  
hiptam (m)   n. Pl: hiptaimi hippopotamus  
historia (f)   n.   history  
historián (m), -ana (f)   n.   historian  
históric, -a   a.   historical  
hivern (m)   n.   winter  
ho   pn.   it impers.
  ho és   conj.   viz. that is
  ho que   what  
hodzi   adv.   today  
  hodzi jûrn   adv.   nowadays  
hollandeis (m) 1  nat.n.   Dutchman  
  hollandeis, -a 2  nat.a.   Dutch  
Hollandia (f)   pr.n.   Holland  
hom   one impers.
homiciyd (m)   n.   homicide  
homne (m)   n.   man human being
  homne en mar!   phr.   man overboard!  
homniyn (m)   n.   little man  
homosexual   a. invar. homosexual  
homosexualitat (f)   n.   homosexuality  
honest, -a   a.   honest  
honestat (f)   n.   honesty  
honorábil   a. invar.; Pl: honorabli honourable  
honorar 1S: honouro honour  
honorêr (m)   n.   fee professional
honour (m)   n.   honour  
hordz (m)   n.   barley  
horêr (m)   n.   timetable  
horizont (m)   n.   horizon  
horloge (m)   n. Pl: horlogi, horlogios clock  
horlogêr (m), -a (f)   n.   watchmaker  
hormón (m)   n. Pl: hormoni hormone  
hort (m)   n.   garden vegetable
hosa (f)   n.   stocking  
hospital (m)   n.   hospital  
hospitalitat (f)   n.   hospitality  
hospitar-se (en)   v.refl. 1S: m'hôspito put up (at) at a hotel
host (m), -a (f)   n.   host  
        guest in a hotel
hostaría (f)   n.   inn  
hostatx (m)   n.   hostage  
hôtel (m)   n.   hotel  
houra (f)   n.   hour  
        time of day
  houra d'eisca   n.   mealtime  
  houra de pûnta   n.   rush hour  
  houra ê medza (una)   n.   hour and a half (an)  
  houra estiyva   n.   daylight-saving time  
  houre de lixta   n.   spare time  
hualeis (m) 1  nat.n.   Welshman  
  hualeis, -a 2  nat.a.   Welsh  
Huales (m)   pr.n.   Wales  
huatta (f)   n.   cottonwool  
huest (m)   n.   west  
humán, humaina   a. Pl: humaini, humans human(e)  
hûmil   a. invar. humble  
hûmiliant   a. invar. humiliating  
hûmiliar   humiliate  
        abase humiliate
hûmiliatzoun (f)   n.   humiliation  
humour (m)   n.   humour  
        mood temper
hûngreis (m), -a (f)   nat.n/a   Hungarian  
Hûngria (f)   pr.n.   Hungary  
hûracán (m)   n. Pl: hûracaini, hûracans hurricane  
hutta (f)   n.   hut  
hyacinth (m)   n.   hyacinth  
  hyacinth  selvatx   n.   bluebell  
hydrant   a. invar. water-giving  
hydrogén (m)   n.   hydrogen  
hydromel (m)   n.   mead  
hyena (m/f)   n.   hyena  
hygiêna (f)   n.   hygiene  
hygiênic, -a   a.   hygienic  
hymn (m)   n.   hymn  
hyphén (m)   n. Pl: hypheni hyphen  
hypothêca (f)   n. Pl: hypothêque mortgage  
hypothêcar Subj Pr 1S: hypothêque mortgage  

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