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HABERDASHER -- pasmentero (-íe)

HABILIMENTS -- vestimentes

HABILITATE -- habilitar

HABIT -- hábitu (-al), costume, usu; (costume) costume. TO BE IN THE ~: esser acustomat

HABITABLE -- habitabil (-itá)

HABITAT -- domicilie

HABITATION -- ~; domicilie

HABITUATE -- acustomar

HACK -- hacca (-ar); (horse) cavalle luat, cavallache

HACKNEY-COACH -- fiacre

HACKNEYED -- omnidial, tro usat, banal

HADDOCK -- eglefin

HAEMORRHAGE -- hemoragie, sanguada

HAFT -- tenette, manuette, anse

HAG -- feminach

HAGGARD -- magri, marasmat

HAGGLE -- mercachar

HAIL -- n. grel (-ar, -un)

HAIL -- v. aclamar; (summon) advocar; (greet) salutar. TO ~ FROM: provenir de. WITHIN ~: in distantie de voce. HAIL!: salutation!, halló!

HAIR -- capille (-osi); (animals) crine. HEAD OF ~: capillatura. ~ DRESSER: frisero. ~NET: reticelle

HAIRLESS -- calvi

HAKE -- morúe siccat, stockfish

HALBERD -- halebarde

HALCYON -- calm, seren; (bird) alcion

HALE -- a. frisc, san; v. trenar

HALF -- demí. ~ BROTHER: mi-fratre; adv. demímen

HALPBREED -- mestisse

HALPMAST -- ye demí-mast

HALL -- hall, sala, salon. ENTRANCE~: vestibul

HALL-MARK -- stamps (sur juveles); marca de qualitá

HALLOW -- v. santificar, consacrar

HALLUCINATION -- halucination, ilusion

HALO -- aureol; (of moon) halo, nimbe

HALT -- v. haltar, stoppar; (of speech) hesitar; a. (lame) claudicant

HALTER -- col-strap, cap-strap

HALVE -- divider in du, demiar

HALYARD -- drisse

HAM -- jambon; (anat.) hanche

HAMLET -- villagette

HAMMER -- martell (-ar)

HAMMOCK -- hamac

HAMPER -- v. iinpedir, retardar; n. pacca corbe

HAMSTER -- hamstre

HAND -- manu; (of clock) indicator; (work man) ovrero, mann. AT ~: che manu, proxim. ON THE ONE ~: ye un látere. TO TAKE A ~ IN: partiprender; v. manuar; passar, transdar

HANDBAG -- reticul

HANDBARROW -- pussa-carrette

HANDBILL -- foliette, folie volant

HANDBOOK -- manuale

HANDCUFFS -- manu-ferres

HANDFULL -- manuade

HANDICAP -- impediment, desavantage; (sport) handicap (-ar)

HANDICRAFT -- mestiere, artise

HANDIWORK -- artise, ovre manual

HANDKERCHIEF -- nas-linette

HANDLE -- v. tractar, manipular, tuchar; n. anse, manuette, tenette

HANDLEBAR -- guidon, bielle

HANDMAID -- servitora

HANDRAIL -- balustrade-fust

HANDSHAKE -- manu-pression

HANDSOME -- bell, jolli; generosi

HANDWRITING -- caligrafie, scritura, manu scrite

HANDY -- habil, déxteri: (at hand) che manu, proxim; (convenient) convenent

HANG -- v. a. apender, acrocar; (wallpaper) tapetar; (to be hanging) pender. TO ~ AROUND: flanar. TO ~ BACK: vacillar, retener se. TO ~ TOGETHER: coherer

HANGAR -- hangare

HANGER-ON -- parasite

HANGINGS -- tapete, cortines

HANGOVER -- posebriachie

HANK -- pelote, glom

HANKER -- v. desirar vivmen

HAP -- n. chance, hasarde

HAPHAZARD -- adv. ye hasarde, hasardmen

HAPLESS -- ínfelici, ínfortunat

HAPLY -- per chance

HAPPEN -- evenir (-iment), accider, ocurrer (-entie)

HAPPY -- felici, joyosi; beat

HARANGUE -- n. oration, declamation

HARASS -- v. molestar, incomodar, genar, tormentar

HARBINGER -- precursor

HARBOUR -- n. portu; (fig.) asil; v. (persons) albergar

HARD -- dur, firm, desfacil, fort, penosi, solid; (unfeeling) ínsensibil. ~ UP: indigent. ~ A STARBOARD: strett a stir bord. ~ A PORT: strett a babord. ~ OF HEARING: surdatri. ~ BY: proximissim; adv. fortmen

HARDIHOOD -- audacie, temeraritá

HARDLY -- apen. ~ ANYONE: presc nequí

HARDSHIP -- adversitá, penositá

HARDWARE -- quincallia (-ero)

HARDY -- fort, robust

HARE -- lépor (-in)

HAREBRAINED -- folli, stult

HARE-LIP -- labie leporatri

HAREM -- ~

HARK -- v. escutar

HARLEQUIN -- arlequin (-ade)

HARLOT -- prostituta, hetera

HARM -- v. nocer (-entie), damagear, leder; n. damage

HARMFUL -- nociv, malefic

HARMLESS -- ínofensiv, ínnociv

HARMONY -- harmonie (-ica, -isar, -osi)

HARMONIUM -- ~

HARNESS -- harness (-ar, -ament)

HARP -- harpe (-ist)

HARPOON -- harpune (-ar)

HARPSICHORD -- spinett

HARPY -- harpie, megera

HARRIER -- lépor-cane

HARROW -- n. herse (-ar); v. (feelings) tormentar

HARRY -- spoliar, pilliar; tormentar, molestar

HARSH -- aspri, brusqui, severi; (voice) rauc (-itá)

HART -- cervo

HARUM-SCARUM -- frivolosi, savagi; n. garsonacho, bube

HARVEST -- recolte (-ar, -ator). HARVESTER: recolte-machine

HASH -- v. (bungle) bosillar; n. (cul.) ragú; mixtura

HASP -- haspe (-ar), croc

HASSOCK -- genú-cussine, agenuore

HASTE -- hasta (-ar), rapiditá

HASTEN -- hastar; accelerar

HASTY -- coleric, ínpatient; hastosi

HAT -- chapel (-ero)

HATCH (OUT) -- covar, inventer; (in drawing) *sgraffir

HATCHET -- hacca, hachette

HATCHWAY -- luca

HATE -- odie (-osi); v. odiar

HAUGHTY -- arogant, orgolliosi, tro fier, superb

HAUL -- trenar, tirar; (naut.) holar, remor car; n. captura

HAULM -- halm, cálame

HAUNCH -- hanche

HAUNT -- obseDer; frequentar, persecuter; n. refugia, loc frequentat

HAUTBOY -- hobóe

HAVE -- haver, posseDer; (auxiliary) har, TO ~ TO: dever

HAVEN -- portu; (refuge) asil

HAVERSACK -- sac dorsal, tornistre

HAVOC -- devastation

HAW -- bere de blancospine

HAWFINCH -- cocotrauste

HAWK -- astor; v. colportar (-ero)

HAWSER -- cable, amarre

HAWTHORN -- blancospine

HAY -- fen (-ero, -ation)

HAY-FEVER -- fen-catarre

HAYRICK -- fen-piramide

HAZARD -- hasarde (-ar, -al)

HAZE -- nebul (-osi)

HAZEL -- n. avelane (-iero); a. rubi-brun

HE -- il

HEAD -- cap; chef, mastro, principale, director; (source) fonte; (on beer) scum; a. chef-, principal; v. (be at the ~ of) esser ye li punta, preceder; (lead) ducter, comandar; (a ball) cap-pussar

HEAD OVER HEELS, TO TURN -- culbutar

HEADACHE -- cap-dolore; rupte-cap

HEAD-FIRST -- cap-ad-avan

HEADING -- n. rubrica

HEADLAND -- promontorie

HEADMASTER -- mastro, principale

HEADQUARTERS -- chef-locale, chef-quartere, centrale

HEADSHIP -- chefatu

HEADSTRONG -- impetuosi, obstinat, opiniatri

HEADWAY -- progresse

HEADWIND -- vente contrari

HEADY -- (of liquor) intoxicant, ebriativ

HEAL -- curar, sanar, resanar; (of wounds) cicatrisar

HEALTH -- sanitá, bon-essere. ~ RESORT: loc sanatori. ~ GIVING: sanativ

HEALTHY -- san; salubri

HEAP -- amasse, cumul, quantité; v. amassar, acumular

HEAR -- v. audir

HEARING -- n. audie

HEARKEN -- escutar, atenter

HEARSAY -- rumore. BY ~: per rumore

HEARSE -- sarco-carre

HEART -- cordie; corage

HEART, BY -- ye memorie

HEARTBURN -- pirose

HEARTEN -- incoragear, animar

HEARTH -- camine, foyiere

HEARTLESS -- ínhuman, ínsensibil, dur

HEARTY -- cordial; (meal) ampli

HEAT -- calore; ardore, passion; v. calentar (-ation)

HEATH -- erica-prates, paise erical

HEATHEN -- a. pagan (-o, -isme)

HEATHER -- erica

HEAVE -- (lift) levar, sublevar; (fling) jettar; (swell up) turner; (of ship) tangar. TO ~ TO: brassar travers, metter (li nave) a capea

HEAVEN -- ciel. ~LY: cielal, cielari, celest

HEAVY -- pesant, ponderosi. HOW ~ IS THE BASKET?: quant pesa li corbe?

HEBDOMADAL -- semanal

HEBREW -- a hebreic; n. hebréo

HECKLE -- v. interpellar (-ator, -ard)

HECTIC -- excitant; (med.) hectic

HEDGE -- haga; v. (in)hagar; (betting) pariar bilateralmen, contra—pariar; (speech) vacillar, pariar evasivmen

HEDGEHOG -- erinacio, herisson

HEED -- atenter (-ion, -iv)

HEEL -- calcan; (of boot, shoe) talon; v. talonar. TO ~ OVER: inclinar se

HEGEMONY -- hegemonie

HEIFER -- vaccella

HEIGHT -- altore, altitá, altitudine

HEIGHTEN -- elevar, augmentar; intensificar

HEINOUS -- abominabil, atroci

HEIR -- herede. ~ APPARENT: direct herede

HEIRLOOM -- heredate

HELICAL -- ~, spiral

HELIOTROPE -- heliotrop

HELL -- inferne (-al)

HELLEBORE -- (bot.) helébore

HELM -- stir (-ero, -mann)

HELMET -- casco, helm

HELOT -- helote

HELP -- v. auxiliar, assister, subtener, sucurser; (at table) servir, dar. HE CAN'T ~ IT: il ne posse ne far to, il ne posse evitar (impedir) to. THAT CAN'T BE HELPED: to ne posse'esser remediat. TO COME TO THE ~ OF: venir al sucurse de; n. auxilie; sucurse

HELPFUL -- util. ~LESS: ínpotent

HELPING -- n. portion

HELTER-SKELTER -- pelmel, confusion

HEM -- n. orle (-ar); borde; v. (to ~ in) circumbarrar, circuindar, cernar

HEMATITE -- ~

HEMI- -- hemi-sfere, -plegie, -opie, etc.

HEMLOCK -- cicute

HEMORRHAGE -- hemoragie, sanguada

HEMORRHOIDS -- hemoroides (-al)

HEMP -- cánabe

HEN -- gallina (-iere)

HENBANE -- hiosciame

HENCE -- for, de ci; (therefore) ergo, dunc, de to...

HENCEFORTH -- desde nu

HENCHMAN -- servero

HEPATIC -- ~

HEPTAGON -- ~ (-al)

HER -- (poss. adj.) su: (obj. case) la; (following a prep.) ella

HERALD -- heralde (-ic, -ica); v. anunciar

HERB -- (grass) herbe (-osi, -ari, -age, -al, -arisar, -arium, -iera, -ivori); plante

HERD -- greg; (swarin) turbe; v. gardar; amassar se

HERE -- ci. ~ IS, ~ ARE: vi

HEREABOUTS -- ci proxim

HEREAFTER -- plu tard, in futur

HEREBY -- per to

HEREDITY -- hereditá (-ari)

HERESY -- hereSie (-tic, -tico), heterodoxie

HERETOFORE -- antey, til nu

HEREWITH -- ci junt

HERETAGE -- heredage

HERMAPHRODITE -- n. hermafrodite (-ic); a. bisexual, hibrid

HERMETIC -- ~

HERMIT -- eremite (-age), anacoret, solitario

HERNIA -- hernie

HERO -- heróe (-ic, -isme, -a)

HERON -- ~; ardea

HERPES -- hérpes

HERRING -- harengo

HESITATE -- hesitar (-ant, -antie), vacillar

HETERODOX -- ~ (-ie)

HETEROGENEOUS -- heterogen

HEW -- haccar; batter; (stone) sculpter

HEXAGON -- ~ (-al)

HEYDAY -- culmine, apogé, aurin etá

HIATUS -- lacune; (gram.) hiatu

HIBERNATE -- hivernar (-ation)

HICCOUGH -- n. hicca (-ar, -ada)

HIDE -- v. celar, ocultar

HIDE -- n. cute, pelle; (of land) hube

HIDEOUS -- hideosi, ofensiv, horribil

HIDING-PLACE -- ocultuore

HIE -- hastar

HIERARCH -- ~ (-ie)

HIEROGLYPH -- hieroglif (-ic)

HIGGLEDY-PIGGLEDY -- confuset, pelmel

HIGH -- alt; (meat) desfrisc, infectet; (sea) apert. HIGHLY; tre

HIGH-CLASS -- de alt classe

HIGHFLOWN -- inflat, pomposi

HIGH-HANDED -- arbitrari, despotic

HIGHLAND -- alt montania, alt paise

HIGH-MINDED -- de alt anim, nobli

HIGHNESS -- Altesse, Excellentie

HIGHROAD -- chossé

HIGH-SPIRITED -- vivaci, audaci

HIGHWAYMAN -- bandite, brigante

HILARIOUS -- gayissim, hilari (-tá)

HILL -- coline; declive

HILLOCK -- tumul

HILLY -- montosi

HILT -- tenette

HIM -- le. HIMSELF: se. HE HIM: il self

HIND -- n. cerva

HINDER- 1.|HINDER -- a. posteriori

HINDER 2.|HINDER -- v. impedir, obstructer

HINDMOST -- ultim

HINGE -- pivot, charnire, gonde; v. (~ on) depender de

HINT -- signe, alusion; v. indicar, dar signe, aluder, suggester

HINTERLAND -- ~, interiore del pais

HIP -- hanche, coxe; (bot.) ros-bere, rosi-fructe

HIPPODROME -- hipodrom

HIPPOPOTAMUS -- hipopotam

HIRE -- luar; (servante) ingagear. TO ~ OUT: locar, forluar

HIRE PURCHASE -- compra secun ratas

HIRSUTE -- vellut, capillut

HISS -- sibilar

HISTORY -- historie (-ic, -ico, -ograf)

HISTRIONIC -- actoral, teatric

HIT -- frappar, batter; dar in lu blanc; n. successe; (shooting) centre

HITCH -- v. acrocar; n. (in ropes) nod (de sede); (interruption) impediment, interruption

HITHER -- a ci

HITHERTO -- til nu

HIVE -- apiere

HOAR-FROST -- gela crinosi, pruine

HOARD -- v. amassar secretmen, acumular; n. provision, stock, amasse

HOARDINGS -- planc-palissade

HOARSE -- rauc (-itá, -ore)

HOARY -- ancian, blanc pro etá

HOAX -- v. mistificar, decepter, dupar

HOB -- suporte, plate

HOBBLE -- v. claudicar; ligar li pedes

HOBBY -- dadá, cavallette

HOBNAIL -- huf-clove

HOBNOB -- associar se familiarimen con

HOCK -- ~ , vine rhenan

HOCKEY -- ~

HOCUS-POCUS -- charlataneríe

HOD -- mortre-trog, trog por briques, porta-brique

HOE -- binette, sarcluore, jardin-hacc

HOG -- svino, porco

HOGSHEAD -- grand baril

HOIST -- hissar, levar; n. elevator, lift

HOLD -- v. tener, haver, posseDer; contener; mantener, opiner, considerar, afirmar.

TO HOLD BACK|HOLD -- retener, detener; frenar.

TO HOLD GOOD|HOLD -- valer.

TO HOLD ONE'S TONGUE|HOLD -- tacer.

TO HOLD OUT|HOLD -- durar, resister.

TO HOLD TOGETHER|HOLD -- coherer, esser solidari.

TO HOLD UP|HOLD -- stop par, haltar; suportar.

TO LOSE HOLD OF|HOLD -- perdir li guvernantie de; n. cargo-funde, hold

HOLDER -- (person) tenente; (receptacle) vase, receptuore, centenente. By affixes porta-, -iero: porta—cigarre or cigarr iero ( Engl. cigar-holder)

HOLDALL -- necessarium

HOLDING -- (land) parcelle; (small) hube

HOLE -- fore, apertura; (in ground) cava, antre, fosse

HOLIDAY -- vacanties; (public) die festal

HOLLOW -- cavi (-tá); (vain) van, vacui; (of sound) obtusi, cavernal; v. (ex)cavar; n. cavitá, incavatura

HOLLY -- ilex

HOLLYHOCK -- malva-rose

HOLOCAUST -- ~

HOLSTER -- pistoliere

HOLY -- sant (-itá, -esse), sacri, sacrosant

HOMAGE -- ~, veneration

HOME -- hem (-atri); domicilie; pais natal; (institution) asil. MRS. N. IS AT ~ ON TUESDAY: Sra. N. accepte chascun mardi. AT ~: in hem

HOMELESS -- sin hem, sin tegment

HOMELY -- simplic, rud, hematri

HOMESICK -- nostalgic

HOMICIDE -- ~ (-al, -ie)

HOMOEOPATH -- homeopat (-ic. -ie)

HOMOGENEOUS -- hoinogen (-itá)

HOMOLOGOUS -- homolog

HOMONYM -- homonim

HONE -- n. slif-petre, slifuore; v. slifar

HONEST -- ~ (-itá)

HONEY -- miel (-osi)

HONEYCOMB -- n. miel-cellulage

HONEYMOON -- lun de miel, raiel-lune

HONEYSUCKLE -- caprifolie

HONORARIUM -- honorarie

HONORARY -- honorari

HONOUR -- honor (-ar, -abil)

HOOD -- capuce

HOODWINK -- decepter, dupar

HOOP -- huf

HOOK -- croc. CLOTHES ~: patere. FISH ~: pisca-croc

HOOLIGAN -- rixard

HOOP -- anelle de baril, cuv-bande

HOOPING-COUGH -- cocluche

HOOT -- v. ulular (-ada)

HOP -- (bot.) lupul (-iera); v. saltear, saltillar

HOPE -- v. esperar; n. espera, esperantie

HOPEFUL -- incorageant. TO BE ~: esperar

HOPELESS -- sin espera(ntie), íncurabil, sin perspectives

HORDE -- ~

HORIZON -- horizonte (-al)

HORMON -- ~

HORN -- corn; (horns of stag etc.) cornatura; (ent.) antenne

HORNBEAM -- carpine

HORNET -- calabron

HORNY -- callosi

HOROSCOPE -- horoscop

HORRIBLE -- horribil

HORRID -- ~

HORRIFY -- aterrer

HORROR -- horrore. ~ STRUCK: terret

HORSE -- cavalle; (wooden frame) stative

HORSE-CHESTNUT -- hippocastanie

HORSE-COMB -- strigul

HORSEMAN -- cavalcator

HORSEPLAY -- violent conduida

HORSERADISH -- armoracia

HORSESHOE -- huf-ferre

HORTICULTURE -- horticultura (-al, -alist)

HOSANNA -- ~

HOSE -- (pipe) tube; (stocking) strump (-eríe)

HOSPICE -- hospicie, asil

HOSPITABLE -- hospedal (-itá)

HOSPITAL -- hospitale. FIELD ~: ambulantia

HOST -- hósped; (large company) turbe, armé, grand númere; (eccl.) hostie

HOSTAGE -- ostage, garantiario

HOSTEL -- albergo, gastería

HOSTILE -- ínamical, hostil (-itá)

HOT -- calid

HOTBED -- bed calid; (fig.) covería

HOTEL -- ~

HOTHEAD -- colerico, impulsivon

HOTHOUSE -- tepidarium, plantedom

HOUND -- n. chass-cane: v. chassar

HOUR -- hor (-al, -ari)

HOURGLASS -- sand-horloge

HOUSE -- n. dom; (comm.) firma; (performance) presentation; v. albergar, inlogiar

HOUSE-BREAKER -- (thief) rupte-furtard

HOUSEHOLD -- menage

HOUSEHOLDER -- dómino, capo de familie

HOUSEKEEPER -- menagera; dom-intendante

HOUSEMAID -- domestica, servitora

HOUSEWIFE -- dómina

HOVEL -- cabanach, domach

HOVER -- planear

HOW -- qualmen. HOW MUCH, HOW MANY: quant

HOWEVER -- támen, totvez; (in whatever way) quamcunc. ~ FAR IT IS: quantcunc lontan it es

HOWITZER -- haube

HOWL -- v. ulular, criachar; (weep) plorachar

HUB -- nabe

HUBBUB -- tumultu, pandemonie

HUCKSTER -- colportero, mercachon

HUDDLE -- v. compressor se, ahoccar se densi men, esser compact

HUE -- color, nuancie

HUE AND CRY -- clamore

HUFF -- v. ofender; (at draughts) pun-capter. TO BE IN A ~: budar; n. subit colere

HUG -- inbrassar, circumbrassar, caressar

HUGE -- grand(issim), colossal

HULK -- hulc, carcasse (de nave)

HULL -- (husk) shell, velop; (skin) pelle

HUM -- v. murmurar, cantillar, susurrar; (bee) burdonar

HUMAN -- human (-ist, -itá, -itari, -itarian, -isar). ~ BEING: hom (-an)

HUMANITY -- (feeling) humanitá; (race) homanité

HUMBLE -- a. humil (-itá, -ar)

HUMBLE-BEE -- burdon

HUMBUG -- (person) charlatan (-ar, -eríe); bluff, nonsense

HUMDRUM -- banal, monoton

HUMERUS -- humer (-al)

HUMID -- ~ (-itá)

HUMILIATE -- humiliar (-ation)

HUMMING-BIRD -- colibrí

HUMOUR -- humor (-ist, -istic), esprite; v. compleser, indulger

HUMP -- bossé. HUMPY: bossosi

HUMP-BACKED -- bossut

HUMUS -- humo

HUNCH -- v. bossar, curvar

HUNCHBACK -- bosson, bossato

HUNDRED -- cent; n. centene. HUNDREDTH: centesim. HUNDREDFOLD: centiplic

HUNDREDWEIGHT -- quintale

HUNGER -- fame; v. suffrer fame

HUNGRY -- afamat

HUNK -- gross pezze

HUNT -- chassar. ~ FOR: serchar

HUNTER -- chassator, chassero; chass-cavalle

HURDLE -- grate, agne-trellie

HURL -- jettar (violentmen) , lansar

HURRAH -- hurrá

HURRICANE -- uragane

HURRY -- v.n. hastar; v.a. accelerar; n. hasta, urgentie

HURT -- doler, dolorar; (damage) damagear, leder; (feelings) ofender; (harm) nocer; (injure) vulnerar, injuriar

HUSBAND -- marito; v. economisar

HUSBANDRY -- agricultura, cultivation

HUSH -- v. far tacer, quietar. TO ~ UP: ocultar; celar; (interj.) sst!; n. calmesse, silentie

HUSK -- invelope, cortice, shell

HUSKY -- rauc, aspri

HUSSAR -- ~

HUSSY -- feminach

HUSTLE -- presser (se), hastar; pussar

HUT -- cabane, baracca

HUTCH -- domette (por cunicul)

HYACINTH -- hiacinte

HYBRID -- hibride (-isar)

HYDRA -- hidre

HYDRANGEA -- hortensia

HYDRANT -- hidrante

HYDRATE -- hidrate

HYDRAULIC -- hidraulic (-ica)

HYDRO- -- as in English: hidro-fobie, -terapie, -termal etc.

HYENA -- hien

HYGIENE -- higiene (-ic)

HYMENEAL -- nuptial

HYMN -- himne (-arium)

HYPERBOLE -- hipérbol (-ic)

HYPERCRITICAL -- hipercritic

HYPHEN -- tiré

HYPNOSIS -- hipnoSe (-tic, -tisar, -tisme)

HYPOCHONDRIA -- melancolie

HYPOCRITE -- hipocrit (-ic)

HYPOTENUSE -- hipotenuse

HYPOTHESIS -- hipoteSe (-tic)

HYSTERIA -- histerie (-ic)