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Cv-En CVL: H

    
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    -ha particle lightly expressed command, request
    hal strength, energy, push
    hal şiter to have enough strength
    hal", halĕ now
    halăh nation, people, folk
    halicchen (from halĕ) up to now, up to this time
    ham I myself
    hamăr we ourselves; own, very own
    hapăl reception, accepting; conversion (religious)
    hapăl tu to accept well, be acceting
    hapha gate
    harlattar, hărlattar to snore, buzz
    harpăr hăj each himself
    harpăr hăjĕn one"s proper
    hashka- to wheeze, pant
    haşat newspaper, gazette
    hatĕrle to prepare, make ready
    havas joy, pleasure
    havaslan to be joyful, rejoice
    havassăn readilj, with pleasure
    haj that
    hajar bad, evil
    hajhi that (distant)
    hăjpăt peel, cut off, skin, to take away, free, tear loose
    hălaş a measure: fathom, two jards, 1.9 meters
    hălaşla to stretch, extend
    hălaşlan gesticulate
    hălha ear
    hăma board, stave
    hămăsh reed, rush, cane
    hăna guest
    hăpar to rise, ascend, go up
    hăpart to raise, to bring up; construct, build up
    hăr to dry dry out
    hăra to be afraid, to fear
    hăravşă fearful, frightened
    hărăk dry, dried up
    hăşan when
    hăshĕ which, certain
    hăshpĕr some, certain ones
    hăt lo! woe! alas!
    hătar to save
    hătăl to be saved, to find refuge
    hătlan to try, attempt, concern oneself with
    hăv see hu
    hăva willow
    hăvala to drive; chase
    hăvar to leave (transitive)
    hăvat power, strength, might
    hăvatlă valiant, strong
    hăvah you jourself;
    hăvăr you jourselves
    hăvăl hole, opening, cavity
    hăvărt quicklj
    hăj he himself
    hăjsem they themselves;
    hăjar cucumber
    hăjăr sand
    hăju noun dare
    hăjullă courageous, brave, daring
    hĕl, hĕlle winter
    hĕn pain, trouble, misfortune
    hĕpĕrte to delight, hearten
    hĕr girl, daughter, woman
    hĕracha girl child, girl
    hĕr to glow, become glowing; hĕrt- to glow
    hĕrĕ shore, edge (of road, water); hĕrri postposition: ‘its edge,‘ at one side, beside
    hĕrĕh forty
    hĕrlĕ red
    hĕsĕrle to press, be urgent, compelling
    hĕvel sun
    hĕveltuhăş Orient, Far East
    hir plain, field, desolate place
    hirĕş postposition: against
    hirĕşü quarrel, confrontation
    hisep I number;
    hisep II respect, courtesy, appreciation
    hiseple to respect, to reckon, to heed, to treasure, to hallow
    hitre nice, beautiful
    hitrelen to become beautiful
    hor (Russ.) choir, choral
    hu you yourself
    hu (hăv) to drive, pursue, dispatch, send
    hul, hulă arm
    hulpuşşi shoulder
    hula town, city
    hum wave
    hun I father-in-law syn. hun‘asshĕ
    hun II Khan
    hun‘ama (hunem) mother-in-law
    hup to close up, close in; hupănni closing, close; hupla to close, cover
    hup-hura black, jet black
    hupă sasă consonant
    hur I goose;
    hur II shame, distress
    hur III to place, set, lay; vut hur to lay a fire, make a fire
    hura black
    hural I sentry hural tăr to stand watch
    hural II to blacken
    huran kettle
    hurăn birch tree
    hurşă steel
    huşa master, host
    huşalăh economy
    Husan Kazan
    hush to command, order; add
    hushamat family name
    hushă interval, distance; postposition between
    hushăk space, interval, interstice
    hut I paper
    hut II storey, level, floor ikkĕmĕsh hut second floor; time vişĕ hutchen three times
    hut III to heat
    huta postposition during
    hutor (Russ.) farm
    hutran-sitren at times
    hutshăn- to mix, mingle, cooperate
    hujhă care, sorrow, grief
    hujhăr to bemoan
    hüme fence of rails, or stone
    hüre tail, stern of ship
    hühĕm beautiful, fine, glorious, superior
    hütĕ secure, protected
    hütĕle to defend, protect
    hütlĕh security, secure place, defence
    hypar report, message; title of a newspaper established in 1906
    hyparşă herald
    hypar-hănar news
    hyr I pine tree
    hyr II to scrape, shave, clean
    hyrăm belly, stomach
    hyş I noun rear part postposition behind; hyşaltan from behind; hyşşăn after
    hyş II scratch, rub, scrape
    hytă I hard, stiff, firm
    hytă II stingy, ungenerous
    hytkukar an ungenerous person

 
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