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Holvhopn:Haulahau; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
homvhòn:rough.9.2.12Expression.
hòrvhòrv.i:cough.Shvmórí gvzà vhòrkéòe.'(He) caught cold and is coughing a lot.'6.2.2Cough, sneeze
1vhøv.t:laugh at.Vhøòe.'Laughing at someone.'5.5.6.4Laughhødvkoqvhødvkoqn:hilarious.'laugh' + 'all'hølv́mpàvhølv́mpàn:joke, jest (lit. something to laugh at).'laugh' + PUR + NOMhøshìvhøshìv.i:laugh, smile.'laugh' + R/M
2v.i:hurt.Bànghø høe.'(I was) hurt by a thorn.'Rvmv́ng høvpmì.'Bamboo shoots are spiking (means sprout out).'Pvwá hø nø zae.'He has stomach ache.'6.5.6.1Pain
3n:fish trap.Nga hø.'Fish trap.'3.4.5.3Fishing equipmentဆူးများဖြင့် ငါးပြန်မထွက် နိုင်အောင် ပြုလုပ်ထားသည့် မြုံး။
hǿonmonomatopoeic adverb.Hǿ wa mvjòr dv́ngshà.'We were so tired today.'
hø̀v.i:hauting.Ya shìgùng hø̀e.'The spirit in this mountain is troublesome.'8.9.5Practice religion
hø̀bìn:potato.Hø̀bì èwárò.'Roast the potatoes.'2.2.3.1.5Food from roots
hø̀bǿrn:scrab beetle.=paqbǿr1.6.1.7Insect
hø̀dern:beetle.1.6.1.7Insect
høm1onmonomatopoeic adverb; used with the verb vrø̀m 'break'.Shvwí vgo lòng høm vrø̀m wapmòe.'(He) shot the bear’s head into pieces.'9.2.11Onomatopoeic
høm2vhømv.i:meet (two people meet; inherently reciprocal), also used for where the two ends meet when you bend something into a circle, fulfill (a prophecy).Tvrà dvkaq yv́ng vhøm ráshà.'We happen to meet at a crossroads.'Àngpung àngpung dvhǿmshàì.'Let's divide into groups.'Gøt dvhǿmshìe.'Get together.'Transitive form of this verb, followed by verbal suffixes -ò, -ì or -shì it takes the high tone.hǿmvhǿmv.t:meet someone, come across.Tvrà dvkaqyv́ng svrapè sv̀ng vhǿmòe.'I met the teacher at the intersection.'Zayv́ng vhǿmshìe.'Got sick.' (Lit. meet sickness)
hǿnvthínvtn:mug with a handle.It is used when sacrificing the Nat.'2.1Household equipment
hǿngclf:1classifier for ropes, rope bridges.Sø̀mri tiqhǿng.'One rope/string.'7.5.4.1Rope, string9.2.7Classifiers2rope trap, snare.Hǿng wá nvng dìshì.'Let's go to make a rope trap.'hǿng yøqn:twisted rope.
hǿngshìv.i:sneeze, blow the nose.(Shvná) vhǿngshìe.'Blow one's nose.'6.2.2Cough, sneeze
høpv.i:crisp, brittle.Høp we nøt.'Easy to get angry'Høphøpsè íwe mok.'Crispy snack.'6.3.3Taste
høq1v.t:arrive, reach.Tiqnií høqòe.'(He) can reach within a day.'
høq2v.i:sharp.Yakà shv̀m høqe má.'Is the knife sharp?'Sharp as blade.=dé4.3.2.3Sharp
høq3part:marker which occurs after nominals to mark a terminative point; up to, until the N.Ku mvrìng høq mànar dìì.'Let's walk non-stop until that village.'Putao kèní Nongmóng høq modo dí shvla má.'Can one go from Putao to Nongmong by car?'Deyaq nø tiqsé tiq nari høq lèga røshì lv́m íe.'Tonight I will study until eleven o'clock.'<høq 'arrive'9.2.9.2Noun affixeshøqshaqpart:until.'arrive' + PERF
høqhøqv.t:onomatopoeic adverb.
Húgóngpn:place name.1.8.2.2Names of regions
hulvhulv.t:blow fire.=pù, her
Humongpn:Humaung; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names