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habitbiyaksankabiyaksahanlaku-tabiatntabiatn
habit, in thebiyaksaadj
hack, to*lagutvttigbasv*tuisv
Hadji festivalhaylayaHaylaya Hadjiꞌcomp.vidil adhan
hairbuhukn
hair clipgipit1n
hair follicletiyugbukan bahibu1n
hair hanging in strandsjuntayn
hair of animalsbulbuln
hair switchpulukayn
hair to stand on endbulingkagv
hair, fine bodybahibun
hair, grayubann
hair, to have cutgunting1v*kurtiv
haircutting ritual, to holdgunting2v
haircutting, ritualgunting2npaggunting
hairless areakibakn
hairpiecepulukayn
hairpingipit1nsipit1n
hairybahibuadjmabahibubulbuladjbulbulan/mabulbul
half bird and half human, creaturesumayang galuraꞌn
half pesolupiyan
half-ripemungkuladj
haltingly, to speakbungkuꞌ-bungkuꞌv
halves, to split into*sipakv
hammertukuln
hammer, to*pukpukvtukulv
hammock*buwanbuwahan
hampered, to becomepinggud1v
handlima1n
hand (of bananas)sipiꞌn
hand of watchjawmn
hand over hand, to cross*kulātay1v
hand, to hold out*tayak1v
handbagpitakaꞌn
handbreadthpād2n
handcuff, tokadinav
handcuffskadinanpusasn
handfulhakupnkamutn
handfuls, to take byhakupv
handgunpistuln
handkerchiefpanyuꞌnsaputangann
handkerchief, to use or wearpanyuꞌv
handmaidenipang-ipangn
hands on stomach (of corpse), to placekiyamv