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habit  
customs; habits.  siahk

hacksaw  
hacksaw.  soahn soa pahrang

hair  
body hair; feathers; scales.  win₁
grey hair.  pwia
hair.  pisεn moang
kind of grass; hair line.  oalin sakai
pubic hair.  win in pohn pwoar
to cut hair as of sign of mourning (of women).  sok moang
to have straight hair.  jihr₂
to put oil on hair.  salip
to put oil on hair; oiled (of hair).  soal₂

hairclip  
hairclip (for women).  kamidumε

haircut  
to give a haircut.  kos moang

hairy  
hairy.  winan

half  
a half; a side (of something).  oaloap
half; side.  loap

half caste  
half caste.  ainoko
half caste.  apkahs

halliard  
canoe line used to shorten sail, ?halliard.  diliej
canoe line, halliard.  mwahn

hammer  
hammer.  ama₂
to hammer.  ama₂
to hammer.  poanpoan
to hammer at.  poani

hammerhead  
shark sp., hammerhead.  pako dohdo

hand  
forelimbs; arm; hand; wing; pectoral fin; sleeve of a shirt.  poa₁
last hand in a game of Casino.  laddo

handbag  
handbag.  ainpεhk

handcuffs  
handcuffs, shackles.  ain₁

handkerchief  
handkerchief.  angkejep

handle  
handle.  jor₁
handle added to an object.  ipo₁

handsaw  
handsaw; cross-cut saw.  ainsoa

handwriting  
handwriting (print or script); signature; palm print.  mεnginpoa

hang  
to hang (someone).  lohjak
to hang down; to swing down.  pardi
to hang over.  uhla
to hang up.  soanoak
to hang up.  soangkihda
to stick out, to hang down or hang out (because of size).  mwosou
to work at hanging.  soangki

hang-over  
to have a hang-over.  ohnjakau

happen  
to happen; to come to pass.  pwoaida
to make; to do; to build; to happen.  wiawi

happy  
happy.  pεrεn
happy, delighted.  malau

hard  
big; loud; hard (of work); high (in price); old (but not aged).  koalik
difficult (of a task); hard to get along with (of a person).  adwoak
difficult; hard.  apwal
hard.  masak
hard or firm; rigid; tough; older.  sohn₂

hard working  
active; eager; aggressive; hard working.  pwahsεhs
diligent; hard working.  nansi

hard-pan  
hard-pan.  pehruhru

harlequin  
fish sp., ? harlequin tusk fish.  likεrkεr

harmonica  
harmonica.  armonikka

hasty  
hasty; rash; reckless.  rupw

hat  
crown-shaped hat made from stem of pingping tree and used in the performance of the jipwki paranno.  pwo₅
hat.  pwoaipwoai

hatch  
hatch.  ahj

hate  
to detest; to hate.  kijrad

haughty  
cocky; haughty; inconsiderate;.  aklaplap

haul  
to haul compost for the taro patch.  rik pwirej

haunt  
to haunt.  kod₄

have  
to have (children).  noainoai₁
to have or to own.  anki
to have or to own.  nainki

he  
he; she.  ih₁

head  
back of head.  koapin paik
head.  moang₁
one born with an oversized head.  dohdo
to aim at; to head straight for; in line with.  kawainεnε
to head off.  loajloaj₁
to head off.  loajoa₁

head rest  
head rest.  wiling
his head rest.  wilingah
to put a head rest under.  wilingε

headband  
headband made from leaves.  kεlkεl

healed  
to be healed.  mo₁

health  
his health; his/its condition.  iroa₃
reconciled; untroubled; in good health.  injεnmwahu

healthy  
strong; healthy.  sihkεi

hear  
to hear; to understand (what is said).  rong
to learn by listening; to hear.  koarongεhda

heart  
heart.  meleisik
heart attack.  johmwεhu in meleisik
heart of palm.  jiapw
hub; capital; political, economic, etc. heart.  poahjoan
inside or middle, heart or core.  moar
to feel one's heart pounding from fright.  kimwkimw

heartburn  
heartburn.  johiahia
to have heartburn.  johiahia

hearth  
hearth, cooking area.  poahj₁

hearts  
card game, hearts.  ahd₂

heat  
heat of.  angin₁
last heat of a race.  kεsso

heave!  
heave!.  ioisah

heaven  
heaven.  nεhn loanggε

heavy  
heavy.  soausoau
thick; heavy (of rain).  mojul

heel  
heel.  koapin ε

height  
of the same height as.  rainnoar

hell  
hell.  εhl

hello  
hello.  kajelel
hello.  kajelehlia

help  
to help.  jauwaj₁
to help.  jεuwεjε
to help, to come to one's aid or to take someone's part; to protect; to defend.  doar₃
to try to help, to come to one's aid or to take someone's part; to try to protect; to try to defend.  doaroa₂

hem  
fold; hem or cuff.  limlim₁
hem.  soak

her  
his; her.  -n₂

herd  
group or division; grade, level (in school); herd; school (of fish).  pwihn

here  
here; this or this thing.  mε₁
hither, here, towards the speaker.  -do
hither, here, towards the speaker.  -doa

heretical  
heretical.  lahlahwe

hernia  
hernia.  roakloap

heron  
bird sp., reef heron.  koaroa

herring  
fish sp., salmon herring.  lol₂

hew  
to hew.  jaldok

hey!  
hey!.  ehi
hey!.  oak₁

hibiscus  
tree sp., hibiscus.  kεlεu

hiccough  
to hiccough.  malεr

hidden  
to hide; hidden.  oak₂

hide  
to hide; hidden.  oak₂

high  
big; loud; hard (of work); high (in price); old (but not aged).  koalik
high.  illoa
high in rank.  laplap
long; tall; high.  roairoai
to high jump.  lujin palwahr

high-heeled  
high-heeled shoes.  ju koangkoang

highland  
hill; highland.  dokdok₁

hill  
hill; highland.  dokdok₁
mountain; hill.  dol

hilly  
hilly; mountainous.  doldol

hinge  
hinges.  injis

his  
his precious object.  nah₁
his thing.  ah₁
his; her.  -n₂

hiss  
to hiss, to make a hissing sound, usually to induce children to urinate.  sihsi₂

history  
story; history.  poadpoad₁

hit  
to hit.  pokihdi
to hit; to bat; to slap.  wεs₂
to knock; to punch; to hit hard.  likim
to pound; to hit; to ring (a bell).  juk

hither  
hither, here, towards the speaker.  -do
hither, here, towards the speaker.  -doa

hoarse  
hoarse.  kir

hoe  
hoe.  kua
pronged hoe.  sampwong kua

hold  
canoe part, hold of a canoe.  dai
hold of a canoe.  lakau
to catch; to hold; to keep.  koldi
to hold.  kol
to hold up from underneath.  jεhng
to squeeze between fingers; to press (a button); to hold in one's hand.  padik

hole  
full of holes.  lipwlipw
full of holes.  pwokpwok
full of holes.  pwokpwokan
hole.  pwoar
hole (in the ground); crater; scar.  lipw
hole, penetration.  pwok
to make a hole.  pwukul

holiday  
minor religious holiday, usually to commemorate some important event.  pohnial

hollow  
hollow under the eyes.  pwεlpwεl in mijoa
to hollow out a canoe.  nεhnwar

holy  
holy or sacred building.  imwjoarwi
holy; sacred.  joarwi

homage  
to bow to, to pay homage to.  kεhrε

homerun  
homerun.  omrang
to hit a homerun.  omrang

homesick  
lonely; homesick.  loaleid

honest  
true; certain; honest.  mεhlεl

hoodlum  
hoodlum.  lahrkin

hook  
curved hook used in johloang fishing.  doan₂
hook.  koau₁
hooked.  ariardi
hooked.  poad₃
hooked (of a nose); curved in a concave manner (of lips or boat bows).  joak
kind of very small hook.  koaun amwje
to hook.  koapoaddoahdi
to run with the line (said of a hooked fish).  jεkjεk
to try to hook.  koapoaddoa
two-pronged hook used for trawling.  rapwijεk

hooray!  
hooray!.  pansai

hop  
to hop.  lujin mwioak
to hop on one leg.  deppuhdad

hop skip jump  
hop skip jump.  sandandopi

hope  
to hope.  koapwoarpwoar

hopscotch  
to play hopscotch.  lujin mingang

horizontal  
horizontal.  pangpang

horn  
horn.  kornihda₁
horn (on an animal).  kod₅

horse  
horse.  oahs

horsepower  
horsepower.  parki

hose  
hose.  ohj

hospitable  
to be hospitable to; to treat well.  soahk

hospital  
hospital; dispensary.  imwεn wini

hostile  
to show veiled hostility.  pihrin

hot  
hot (of a person).  pwεsin
hot and ready for frying (of oil or grease).  paran
hot; burned.  pwidεng

hour  
hour.  awa

house  
house.  umw₁
house of.  imwεn
house part.  suhlεng
house part.  waku
house part, a storage area in the roof.  mwoaloang
portable house.  umw wijik
tin-roofed house.  imwεn wai

how  
how?; in what manner?.  imdoahr
how?; in what manner?.  mindoahr
the same as; like; about; concerning; how.  doahr₁

hub  
hub; capital; political, economic, etc. heart.  poahjoan

hug  
to hug.  pwoalpwoal
to hug.  jupwur
to hug around the neck.  pwoaloa₁

huge  
huge.  ausoa
huge (of animals).  lεklεkin

hum  
to whisper; to moan; to hum.  ngud

human  
person; people; human.  armaj

humble  
polite; humble.  aksiksik

hunchbacked  
hunched up; hunchbacked.  koj

hunched up  
hunched up; hunchbacked.  koj

hundred  
eight hundred.  walipwki
five hundred.  limepwki
four hundred.  pahpwki
hundred.  εpwki
hundred.  -pwki
nine hundred.  dohpwki
seven hundred.  ijipwki
six hundred.  wonopwki
two hundred.  riepwki

hungry  
hungry.  mwakohko
weak in the morning from not eating the night before; be very hungry.  duhpεk

hunt  
to try to catch, to hunt; to try to conquer or to defeat.  kaloe

hurry  
hurry up!.  mwekidda
to hurry.  karawa
to hurry; be in a hurry.  karawaro

hurt  
dry (as the taste of an unripe banana); to hurt, to smart (of eyes, from staying up late).  korod
hurt; painful.  moadoak
to hurt; to be painful.  kamoadoak

husband  
his wife; her husband.  pahioa

husk  
coconut husk.  dipoanid
husking stick.  kod₃
to husk with a husking stick.  kodkod
to husk with a husking stick.  kodom
to peel with teeth; to husk with teeth.  ejjej
to peel with teeth; to husk with teeth.  ijir

hymen  
hymen.  silik₂

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