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Lidepla lexikon
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V W X Y Z
HA HE HI HM HO HU HW
HA HAB HAF HAI HAK HAL HAM HAN HAO HAR HAS HAT HAY
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1. Hanguk

- (kwo) South Korea

2. ha-ha

- (exklami, kwo) ha-ha, a sound made in imitation of laughter |

fai ha-ha - laugh |

See also: ridi, hi-hi

3. habar

- (kwo) (piece of) news |

Arabic

4. habiti

- (zwo) inhabit; dwell, live |

nu habiti in toy gata - we live in that street |

habita - (kwo) habitation |

habitilok - (kwo) habitation (place) (apartment is "flat") |

habitibile - (kwel) habitable |

buhabiti-ney (buhabiten) - (kwel) uninhabited

5. haf

- (kwo, syao) half |

pa haf - by half, in half |

haf-dey - (kwo) half a day |

haf-ora - (kwo) half an hour |

haf-luma - (kwo) twilight |

mah-haf - (zwo) halve

6. haifen

- (kwo) hyphen

7. haili

- (zwo) heal, cure |

German

8. haishi

- (taim-komo) still, as yet, so far |

Me haishi bu he zwo se. - I have not done this yet. |

Lu haishi safari. - He still travels. |

Me es haishi ausen urba. - I am still out of town. |

(cf. "yoshi") |

Mandarin

9. haki

- (zwo) hew, hack, chop, cut |

haki ligna - chop wood |

haki bay zian - cut with a sword |

hakimarka - (kwo) notch

10. hakmi

- (zwo) try (examine by judicial process) |

hakma - (kwo) (court) trial |

hakmiwat - (kwo) defendant, the accused, prisoner at the bar |

Swahili

11. halat

- (kwo) circumstance; circumstances |

al tal halat - under such circumstances |

Arabic

12. halka

- (kwo) ring (a circumscribing object) |

aurhalka - (kwo) earring |

harhalka - (kwo) lock, curl, ringlet |

halka-ney - (kwel) annular, ring-shaped |

halkafinga - (kwo) ring finger (finger between middle finger and little finger) |

halka-dansa - (kwo) round danse |

fai halka-dansa - to sing and dance in a ring |

Arabic

13. haloo (halo)

- (kwo) hallo (used also over the telephone)

14. halwa

- (kwo) halva |

Arabic

15. ham

- (kwo) ham (food)

16. hamak

- (kwo) hammock |

Bulgarian

17. hampi

- (komo) almost |

Me jan hampi olo om to. - I know almost everything about it. |

Li es hir, hampi oli. - They are here, almost everyone. |

Indonesian

18. hamra

- (kwo) hammer |

hamri - (zwo) hammer

19. hamsi

- (zwo) whisper |

hamsa - (kwo) whisper |

Arabic

20. hamsta

- (kwo) hamster

21. han

- 1) (kwel, kwo) Chinese (relating to ethnicity, language or country) |

hanjen - (kwo) Chinese (person of Chinese ethnicity) |

hanlingwa - (kwo) Chinese language (Syn.: putunhua) |

2) khan |

See also: Jungwo

22. handa

- (kwo) hand |

handagunsa - handwork |

handi - (zwo) hand (to give or pass with the hands)

23. handak

- (kwo) ditch, trench |

Arabic

24. hansa

- (kwo) swan |

Hindi

25. hanzi

- (kwo) Chinese characters, Hanzi |

Mandarin

26. hao

- (kwel, komo) good; well |

Me sta hao. - I am OK. |

Hao!- Good, OK! |

Es hao. - That's good. |

haotaa - (kwo) good |

fo haotaa de jenley - for the welfare of mankind |

lucha de haotaa e baditaa - struggle of the good and the evil |

Bi hao! - 1) You are welcome! (a reply to thanking); 2) Bless you! (after smb's sneezing); 3) Good luck! (when parting) |

Hao aksham! - Good evening! |

Hao dey! - Good day! |

Hao fortuna! - Good luck! |

Hao nocha! - Good night! |

Hao sabah! - Good morning! |

Hao safara! - Have a good trip! |

Mandarin

27. haohunten

- (kwel) coherent |

(Origin: hao+hunti+ney)

28. har

- (kwo) hair, hairs (chevelure) |

harinka - (kwo) a single hair |

harhalka - (kwo) lock, curl, ringlet |

frentahar - (kwo) fringe (part of the hair that hangs down over the forehead) |

galsahar - (kwo) mane |

(cf. "mao") |

Afrikaans

29. harem

- (kwo) harem |

Turkish

30. harhari

- (zwo) expectorate |

Hindi

31. harmonia

- (kwo) harmony |

harmoni - (zwo) harmonize (be in agreement, be harmonious) |

harmonike - (kwel) harmonious |

harmonisi - (zwo) harmonize (v.tr.)

32. hashish

- (kwo) hashish |

Arabic

33. hasima

- (kwo) defeat, loss |

fai hasima - to be defeated |

Arabic

34. hasti

- (zwo) be in a hurry |

hasti-muvi - bustle, move hastily |

hasta - (kwo) hurry, haste |

pa hasta - hastily, in haste, hurriedly |

hasta-ney (haste) - (kwel) hasty, hurried

35. hata

- (kwo) peasant house (esp. in Ukraine and Russia) |

Ukrainian

36. hay (1)

- (exklami) hi!

37. hay (2)

- (gramatika) let, may (wish; leave) |

Hay Forsa bi kun yu! - May the force be with you! |

Hay oni shwo to ke oni yao. - Let them say what they like. |

(cf. "ba") |

Slavic

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