Rireinutire Dictionary
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hapo, n. opinion, view
hapota, v. think, hold an opinion
hara, adj. empty, vacant
harasa, n. vacuum
hare, n. mattock
hari (1), adj. dirty
hari (2), adj. centi- prefix
haro, adj. cold
haroritu, n. cold season, winter
haru, n. Haru, capital city of Rireinu
hasa, n. time
hasaere, n. Hasaere, Ano IX, 'star of time'
hase, n. goddess, spirit, kami; ruler, lady, boss
haseaña, n. chocolate
hasesama, n. Hasesama, Goddess
hata, n. lemon
hate, n. hill
haterina, n. hillside
hati, n. flirt, flirting
hatipiñi, n. flirt, flirtatious person
hatita, v. flirt
hato, n. ladle, cooking spoon
hava, n. strength, energy, force, power; (phys.) force
havane, n. unit of force
havatata, v. empower (psych.)
havatota, v. strengthen, amplify, augment
have, n. thought, idea
haveta, v. think
havi, n. mind, thought
haviteva, n. interest
havitevake, adj. interesting
havitevaro, n. interest, matter of interest, sth interesting
havitevata, v. interest
havo, n. brain
havu, n. threshold
haya, adj. clear (of sky), empty, uncluttered, open (of road)
haye, n. snow
hayena sayeta, v. snow
hayeñara, adj. snowy
hayota, v. fall apart, scatter (itr.)
hayotata, v. scatter, disperse, break apart (tr.)
he, pron. they (rational 3rd person plural)
hea, adj. good, great
hei, n. dislike; -phobe
heita, v. dislike, despise
heka, n. spatula
hema, n. need
hemata, v. need
heñi, n. sole, bottom of the foot
heño, adj. weak
heno, n. table
heñu, n. caress
heñuta, v. caress, fondle
hepa, n. gossip (story)
hepapiñi, n. gossip, teller of tales
hepata, v. gossip
hepi, n. needle
hepo, n. donkey
herenari, n. sensei, professor, martial arts master
heri, n. cramp, painful muscle spasm
hesa, n. grass
hesi, adv. well
heta, n. peril, danger; risk, hazard
heto, n. evening
hetoaña, n. evening meal
hetopayu, n. afternoon, PM
hetu, n. patrol
hetuta, v. patrol
heva, n. loss
hevata, v. lose
hevi, n. gesture, sign
hevo, n. down
hevopepi, adv. downward
hevorato, n. lowland
heya, n. fear
heyañara, adj. afraid
heyasuta, v. spook (itr.), get scared
heyata, v. fear, be afraid
heyatata, v. scare, cause fear, worry
heyi, n. menstrual pain
heyita, v. menstruate painfully
hi, conj. that, so that; quoting of speech
hiha, n. sand
hihahi, n. desert
hihañisi, n. beach, sandy shore
hii, conj. that, so that
hiki, n. ray, beam; radius
hikikou, n. beam weapon
hikisi, n. radiation
hikita, v. radiate, beam
hima, n. card
hime (1), n. view (of a scene)
hime (2), n. a view especially worth seeing
hime (3), n. scene, scenery (in video)
himeta, v. look at, view, watch; especially when not physically present
himeya, n. viewer, spectator; not physically present
himi, n. look, gaze
himita, v. look at, look, behold
himiya, n. spectator, viewer
hiña, adv. lest

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