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haaliNoundislikeDɔŋa haali wa wer.It is not good to dislike each other.
haan-asaNounwoman, wifeBasig ha wa kpak haan.Basig does not yet have a wife.
haan birigibirigeNounfaithful wifeBaal ti wa kpak haan birigi.The man has an unfaithful wife.
haan falifalɛNounbrideHaan fali ti nyɛn leenee?Where is the bride?
haan haaliNoundisliked wifeTakor haanasi taa ni, o wa kpak haan haali \xe - Among Takora’s wives, he doesn’t have one he dislikes.
haan kpaaliNounmarriageBakala be ti ha wa mag haan kpaali.Bakala’s son is not yet mature enough for marriage.
haan tiinatimaNounmarried personBakuri ya haantiinnɛ lalaknɔ.Bakuri is a married person now.
haan vɛɛli wɛNoundivorceTaa lisi haan vɛɛli wɛ.Do not be thinking about divorce.
haanfali baalbaalasaNounbridegroomHaanfali baal ti yau loorire.The bridegroom has bought a car.
haanfali baal chɛnachɛnsaNounbest manDevid ya haanfali baal ti chɛna.David is the bridegroom’s best man.
haanfali kpaaliNounnew marriageBasig saksi haanfali kpaalirɛ dusum nɔ.Basig is preparing for a new marriage tonight.
haanfali niinanimaNounbride’s motherAkala ya haanfali niina.Akala ia the mother of the bride.
haanfali tagtatagtisaNounbride’s dressYau haanfali tagta a nyɛ min.Buy the bride’s dress for me.
haanfali zaamiNounwedding receptionHaanfali zaami gɔɔli nyɛn ya dama ni.The wedding reception is at our house.
Haaŋa-saNounHanga personHaaŋa baal chiŋi chen.There is a Hanga man standing there.
hahɛɛ-taNounsenior wifeTika hahɛɛ sɔn ya Akuri.The name of Tika’s senior wife is Akuri.
hal-aNouneggKusa zi wa du a zaŋau a nyɛ hala.Owls will nest there and lay their eggs.
hali tiinatimaNounwicked personHali tiina ya baal ti.The man is a wicked person.
hama-saNounhammerZer hama nyɛ min mu kpaasi mu kor ti.Give me a hammer to fix my chair.
hambagil-saNoun(type of) treeHambagil pɛɛ weru.Rope from the ‘hambagil’ tree is good.
hampɛɛm-aNounshoulderKpa kin ti a sak I hampɛɛm ni.Take the thing and carry it on your shoulder.
hanbilim-saNoun(type of) treeBichɛsa daŋni hambilim nɔ kinkannɛ.Children like to eat ‘hambilim’ tree fruit very much.
hangoom-saNouncentipedeHangoom yaa gutiiu saha naa kin gbaŋsi un.When something touches the centipede, it coils up.
hankubu-saNounhandcuffsPrinsisa kpak hankubusa.Policemen are the ones with handcuffs.
hansuraNounfearHansura kpak Basig.Basig is afraid.