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English-Wendat Dictionnry

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Words that begin with : H
H
hailto hail, sleet (lit. to throw hail, ice)-’ndehchionti-verb base
hairanimal hair, furoskwahra’noun
hairhair (on head)awe’rohchia’noun
halfhalf; middlechia’tewahchiennonhkparticle
handhand(s)yayonhresa’noun
hardto be hard, strong, firm, stable-hndir-verb base
hateto hate a matter or thing-rihwahskwahenh-/-rihwahskwahen’nd-verb base
hateto hate someone’s voice-wendahskwahenh-/-wendahskwahen’nd-verb base
hateto hate, detest something or someone; to have an aversion to or antipathy for something or someone-hskwahenh-/-hskwahen’nd-verb base
hawkhawkyändehsonhkparticle
headheadönonhwara’noun
hearto hear some news-rihwahronk-/-rihwahrony-verb base
hearto hear someone being named; to hear someone being spoken of-hchiendahronk-/-hchiendahrony-verb base
hearto hear someone’s voice, to hear a person speak-wendahronk-/-wendahrony-verb base
hearto hear; to hear someone speaking, talking or telling about something; to understand what someone is saying-ahronk-/-ahrony-verb base
hearthhearth, fireplaceyatsenha’noun
heatto heat oneself in the sun-atrahkwa’tariha’t-/-atrahkwa’tarihaht-verb base
heatto heat water-eya’tariha’t-/-eya’tarihaht-verb base
heatto make oneself warm-atia’ta’tariha’t-/-atia’ta’tarihaht-verb base
helpHelp me! (speaking to one person)Taye’ndiara’s!sentence/phrase
helpto help one another, to help each other-atate’ndiara’s-/-atate’ndiara’senni-verb base
helpto help someone; to give someone a hand-’ndiara’s-/-’ndiara’senni-verb base
herehere, in this place; thiskha’particle
herehere, on this side; beforeyaro’particle
hihello, hikweparticle
hihello, hindioparticle
hotfor something to be hot-a’tarih-verb base
hotto be hot (weather); to be hot (person); to heat something-a’tariha’t-/-a’tarihaht-verb base
hourfor the bell to have rung once (to tell time)tsohwihsta’ehparticle
hourfor the bell to have rung so many times (to tell time)ïohwihsta’ehparticle
hourfor the bell to have rung twice (to tell time)teohwihsta’ehparticle
hourWhat time is it? (lit. How many times has the bell rung? How many times has the metal been hit?)Tho ïohwihsta’eh?sentence/phrase
househouse, cabinyänonhchia’noun
howHow are you (2SG.) doing? (lit. are you in peace or are you going in peace?)Ahskennon’nia ihchie’s?sentence/phrase
howHow many are there? How many times?Tho iwayeh?sentence/phrase
hundredhundredha’tewen’ndia’wehparticle
hundredone hundredskwen’ndia’wehchatparticle
hundredone hundredskat ha’tewen’ndia’wehsentence/phrase
hundredone hundred (lit. fingers standing up, group of ten)en’niot iwahsenhsentence/phrase
hundredsto be so many hundreds moreiskwen’ndia’wehchare’particle
hurryHurry up (2SG)!Sastorat!sentence/phrase
hurryto hurry up, to rush to leave, to do or say something-astorat-verb base