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H

  • HABIT habito
  • HABITABLE habitabile
  • HABITUAL habitual
  • HACK n (taxi) taxi; (writer) scriptor mercenari; v taliar, hachar
  • HACKNEYED banal
  • HADDOCK eglefino
  • HAEMORRHAGE hemorrhagia
  • HAG vetula repulsive; (witch) maga
  • HAGGARD discarnate, emaciate
  • HAGGLE negotiar *cavillosemente
  • HAGUE, THE le Haga
  • HAIL n grandine; vt salutar; vi grandinar
  • HAILSTONE petra de grandine
  • HAILSTORM tempesta de grandine
  • HAIR (anat.) capillo, pilo; (head of hair) capillatura; SPLIT -S finder capillos in quatro
  • HAIR-RAISING (making hair stand on end) horripilante; (fig.) horrific
  • HAIRBRUSH brossa pro capillos
  • HAIRCUT *taliatura del capillos
  • HAIRDO pectinatura
  • HAIRDRESSER perrucchero
  • HAIRDRESSER'S *perruccheria
  • HAIRDRESSING mestiero del perrucchero
  • HAIRDRYER *siccacapillos
  • HAIRLESS sin capillos, calve
  • HAIRNET rete pro le capillos
  • HAIRPIECE *toupet
  • HAIRSTYLE pectinatura
  • HAIRY hirsute, pilose
  • HALF adj medie; n medietate; GO HALVES ir a medietate
  • HALF-A-DOZEN un medie dozena
  • HALF-AN-HOUR un medie hora
  • HALF-AND-HALF medietate a medietate
  • HALF-BAKED (underdone) a medietate cocite; (fig.) non practic, stupide
  • HALF-BREED mesticio
  • HALF-BROTHER medie fratre
  • HALF-CASTE mesticio
  • HALF-HEARTED tepide, pauco enthusiastic
  • HALF-MAST, AT a medie mast
  • HALF-PINT medie pinta
  • HALF-PRICE a medietate de precio
  • HALF-SISTER medie soror
  • HALF-TERM vacantias de medie trimestre
  • HALF-TIME intervallo, pausa
  • HALF-YEAR semestre
  • HALF-YEARLY semestral
  • HALFBACK (soccer/football) *mediano, *halfback
  • HALFWAY a medietate del cammino
  • HALFWIT imbecille
  • HALIBUT *halibut
  • HALL (entrance) vestibulo; (large room) sala
  • HALL,CONCERT aula
  • HALL,LECTURE aula
  • HALLELUJAH hallelujah
  • HALLMARK *punction de controlo
  • HALLO = HELLO
  • HALLOWED sanctificate
  • HALLOWEEN vigilia de omne sanctos
  • HALLUCINATION hallucination
  • HALO (aureole) aureola, *nimbo; (meteorol.) halo
  • HALT n (stop) halto; (rly.) station facultative; vt arrestar; vi (stop) stationar; (mil.) facer halto; (as order) halt!
  • HALTING hesitante
  • HALVE divider in duo
  • HAM gambon
  • HAMBURGER *hamburger
  • HAMMER n martello; v martellar
  • HAMMER-HOME sublinear per argumentos repetite
  • HAMMER-IN figer per colpos de martello
  • HAMMOCK hamaca
  • HAMPER n paniero; v impedir
  • HAMSTER hamster
  • HAND n (anat.) mano; (of clock) flecha; v dar, passar; AT - a mano; ON THE OTHER - del altere parte
  • HAND-DOWN passar, transmitter
  • HAND-GRENADE granata de mano
  • HAND-OUT distribuer
  • HAND-OVER livrar
  • HAND-PICK (select by hand) colliger a mano; (fig.) seliger con cura
  • HAND-ROUND passar de mano a mano
  • HANDBAG sacco a mano
  • HANDBALL (soccer/football) *mano
  • HANDBOOK manual
  • HANDBRAKE freno a mano
  • HANDCART carretta de mano
  • HANDCUFFS manicas de ferro, manillas
  • HANDFUL manata
  • HANDICAP n (drawback) disavantage, impedimento; (sport) handicap; v impedir, *disavantagiar
  • HANDICAPPED invalide
  • HANDICRAFT mestiero
  • HANDIWORK obra
  • HANDKERCHIEF pannello (de naso)
  • HANDLE n (of tool) manico; (of cup, jug, etc.) ansa; v (a tool) manear; (treat) tractar; - WITH CARE fragile!
  • HANDLEBARS guida
  • HANDMADE facite a mano
  • HANDRAIL barra protective
  • HANDSHAKE prisa de manos
  • HANDSOME (attractive) belle; (generous) generose
  • HANDWRITING scriptura
  • HANDY (convenient) commode, maneabile; (skilful) habile
  • HANG vt (suspend) suspender; (capital punishment) executar al furca; (wallpaper) attaccar, attachar; vi pender
  • HANG-BACK restar arretrate, hesitar
  • HANG-ON (be suspended from) depender de; (persist) perseverar; interj un momento!
  • HANG-OUT pender foras
  • HANG-UP vt appender, suspender; vi (telephone) reponer le receptor
  • HANGAR hangar
  • HANGER portamantello
  • HANGMAN carnifice
  • HANGOVER *sequelas de inebriation
  • HANKER AFTER desirar ardentemente
  • HAPHAZARD fortuite, accidental
  • HAPPEN evenir, occurrer
  • HAPPENING evenimento
  • HAPPINESS felicitate, contento
  • HAPPY felice, contente
  • HAPPY-GO-LUCKY disinvolte
  • HARASS molestar, persequer
  • HARASSMENT molestation, persecution
  • HARBOR,OUTER anteporto
  • HARBOUR (port) porto; (refuge) asylo, refugio; v (give refuge) dar refugio a; (a grievance) nutrir
  • HARBOUR-MASTER capitano de porto
  • HARD adj (not soft) dur; (not easy) difficile, penose; adv multo, energicamente
  • HARD-AND-FAST (rule) rigide; (decision) irrevocabile
  • HARD-BOILED (egg) dur; (person) sever
  • HARD-CURRENCY moneta forte
  • HARD-HEADED practic, realista
  • HARD-HEARTED insensibile, dur de corde
  • HARD-WORKING assidue
  • HARDBACK libro con copertura dur
  • HARDBOARD pannello de fiùra de ligno
  • HARDEN indurar (se)
  • HARDLY a pena
  • HARDNESS (firmness) duressa; (of character, climate) rigor, severitate; (of task) difficultate
  • HARDSHIP privation, adversitate
  • HARDWARE (goods) quincalia; (computers) *hardware
  • HARDWARE-SHOP quincalieria
  • HARDY (tough) forte, robuste; (bot.) resistente
  • HARE lepore
  • HARICOT *phaseolo
  • HARM n (injury) damno, mal; (wrong) torto; v facer mal a, nocer a
  • HARMFUL malefic, nocive
  • HARMLESS innocue, innocente
  • HARMONIC harmonic
  • HARMONICA harmonica
  • HARMONIOUS harmoniose
  • HARMONIZE harmonisar
  • HARMONY harmonia
  • HARNESS n harnese; v harnesar
  • HARP harpa; - ON parlar constantemente de
  • HARPOON n harpon; v harponar
  • HARROW n hirpice; v hirpicar
  • HARROWING adj angustiante; n hirpicage
  • HARSH (rough) aspere, dur; (of to character) sever; (of sound) stridente
  • HARSHNESS (roughness) asperitate, duressa; (of character) severitate
  • HARVEST n recolta; v recoltar
  • HASHISH hachich
  • HASTE haste
  • HASTEN hastar (se)
  • HASTY hastive
  • HAT cappello
  • HATCH n (door) trappa; (of birds) covata, v covar
  • HATCHET hachetta
  • HATE n odio; v detestar, odiar
  • HATEFUL odiose
  • HATRED odio
  • HAUGHTY arrogante, superbe
  • HAUL n pisca, *retata; v tirar, trainar
  • HAULAGE transporto
  • HAULAGE-CONTRACTOR interprenditor de transportos
  • HAUNCH hanca
  • HAUNT frequentar
  • HAUNTED (house) infestate per spiritos; (look) obsessionate
  • HAVE (in gentile.) haber; (possess) posseder; (cause to be done) facer
  • HAVE-A-BATH baniar se
  • HAVE-BREAKFAST jentar
  • HAVE-TO deber (t infin.)
  • HAVERSACK sacco de dorso
  • HAVOC ruina, devastation
  • HAWK falcon
  • HAWKER venditor ambulante
  • HAWSER ammarra
  • HAWTHORN spino blanc
  • HAY feno
  • HAYFEVER febre del feno
  • HAYSTACK pila de feno
  • HAYWIRE (confused) in disordine; (crazy) folle; GO - devenir folle, currer *amok
  • HAZARD n hasardo, risco; v riscar
  • HAZARDOUS riscose
  • HAZE nebula
  • HAZEL avellaniero
  • HAZELNUT avellana
  • HAZY (misty) nebulose; (confused) confuse
  • HE ille
  • HEAD adj principal; n (anat.) capite, testa; (chief) chef; v conducer, diriger; AT THE - OF al testa de; LOSE ONE'S - perder le testa
  • HEAD-A-BALL-INTO-THE-NET (soccer/football) facer un goal con le capite
  • HEAD-FOR diriger se verso
  • HEAD-OFF interceptar
  • HEAD-ON de fronte, frontal
  • HEADACHE mal de capite
  • HEADER (soccer/football) *colpo de testa, *colpo de apite
  • HEADING testa, titulo
  • HEADLDNG adj precipitate; adv precipitemente
  • HEADLIGHT pharo
  • HEADLINE titulo
  • HEADMASTER director de schola
  • HEADMISTRESS directrice de schola
  • HEADPHONE receptor de testa
  • HEADQUARTERS (centre) centro; (mil.) quartiero general
  • HEADSET receptor de testa
  • HEADSTRONG obstinate
  • HEADWAY progresso
  • HEAL vt sanar; vi cicatrisar
  • HEALTH sanitate
  • HEALTHY (of person) san; (of place) salubre
  • HEAP n cumulo; v cumular
  • HEAP-UP accumular
  • HEAR (use the ears) audir; (learn) apprender
  • HEAR-ABOUT haber notitias de
  • HEARING (sense) audito; (act) audita, audition; (audience) audientia
  • HEARING-AID apparato de correction auditive, apparato acustic
  • HEARSAY rumores
  • HEARSE carro funebre
  • HEART (anat.) corde; (courage) corage; BY - de memoria
  • HEART-ATTACK attacco cardiac
  • HEARTBEAT pulsation del corde
  • HEARTBROKEN desolate
  • HEARTFELT sincer
  • HEARTH focar
  • HEARTLESS cruel, impietose, insensibile
  • HEARTY cordial, vigorose
  • HEAT n (hotness) calor- (fervour) ardor, v calefacer
  • HEATED (hot) calorose; (fig.) passionate
  • HEATER calefactor, estufa
  • HEATH landa
  • HEATHEN adj pagan; n pagano
  • HEATHER erica
  • HEATING calefaction; CENTRAL - calefaction central
  • HEATWAVE unda de calor
  • HEAVE n effortio, sublevamento- v (throw) jectar; (rise and fail) respirar
  • HEAVEN celo, paradiso
  • HEAVY (weighty) pesante; (of rain) forte; (of sleep) profunde
  • HEAVY WEIGHT peso pesante
  • HEBREW adj hebree; n hebreo
  • HECKLE interrumper, interpellar
  • HECTARE hectar
  • HECTIC febril
  • HEDGE n haga, sepe; vt circumferer con un sepe; vi evitar de dar un responsa directe
  • HEDGEHOG ericio
  • HEED n attention; v prestar attentio a
  • HEEL calce, talon
  • HEFTY solide
  • HEIGHT (altitude) altitude, (peak) culmine; (stature) talia
  • HEIGHT altor
  • HEIGHTEN intensificar
  • HEINOUS atroce
  • HEIR herede
  • HEIRLOOM reliquia de famiglia
  • HELICOPTER helicoptero
  • HELIUM helium
  • HELL inferno
  • HELLISH diabolic, infernal
  • HELLO (on meeting) bon die!, salute!; (to call attention) holla!; (to express surprise) vide!; (on the telephone) hallo!
  • HELM timon
  • HELMET casco
  • HELP n (aid) adjuta;(succour) succurso;v (aid) adjutar;(succour) succurrer
  • HELPER adjutante
  • HELPFUL (of person) servicial; (thing) utile, avantagiose
  • HELPLESS impotente, inope
  • HEM n orlo; v orlar
  • HEMISPHERE hemispherio
  • HEMP *cannabis
  • HEN gallina
  • HENCE (from here) de hic; (therefore) in consequentia
  • HENCEFORTH ab ora, de nunc in futuro
  • HENCHMAN satellite
  • HENNA *henna
  • HER adj su; pron (after verb) la; (after preposition) illa
  • HERALD n (proclaimer) heraldo; (forerunner) precursor; v annunciar, proclamar
  • HERALDRY heraldica
  • HERB herba
  • HERD n grege; vt gregar
  • HERD(S)MAN pastor
  • HERE hic; - AND THERE hic e ibi; - IS/ARE ecce
  • HEREAFTER in futuro
  • HEREDITARY hereditari
  • HEREDITY hereditate
  • HERESY heresia
  • HERETIC heretico
  • HEREWITH hic-juncto
  • HERITAGE hereditage
  • HERMIT eremita
  • HERO (brave person) heroe; (principa actor) protagonista
  • HEROIC heroic
  • HEROIN *heroina
  • HEROINE heroina
  • HERON hairon
  • HERRING haringo
  • HERS le sue(s)
  • HERSELF pron (subject) ipse, mesme; (object) se
  • HESITANT hesitante, irresolute
  • HESITATE hesitar
  • HESITATION hesitation
  • HETEROGENEOUS heterogenee
  • HETEROSEXUAL adj/n heterosexual
  • HEXAGON hexagono
  • HEXAGONAL hexagonal
  • HI! salute!
  • HIATUS hiato
  • HIBERNATE hibernar
  • HIBERNATION hibernation
  • HICCUP n singulto; v singultar
  • HIDE n pelle; v celar (se)
  • HIDEOUS horribile, horrende
  • HIDING adj celate; n (concealment) celemento; (beating) fustigation; - PLACE loco de celamento
  • HIERARCHY hierarchia
  • HIGH adj (elevated) alte, elevate; (important) importante; adv alto, n alto; TWO METRES - alte de 2 metros
  • HIGH-FIDELITY de alte fidelitate
  • HIGH-FREQUENCY de alte frequentia
  • HIGH-GRADE de qualitate superior
  • HIGH-HANDED arbitrari; tyrannic
  • HIGH-PLATEAU altiplano
  • HIGH-SPIRITED plen de ardor
  • HIGH-STREET via principal
  • HIGH-TEST de qualitate superior
  • HIGH-TIDE marea alte
  • HIGHBROW intellectual
  • HIGHEST-BIDDER adjudicatario
  • HIGHLANDS region montuose
  • HIGHLIGHT n múmento culminante, aspecto notabile; v dar emphase a
  • HIGHLY multo
  • HIGHNESS altessa; YOUR - Vostre Altessa
  • HIGHPITCHED acute
  • HIGHWAY strata
  • HIJACK sequestrar, piratar
  • HIJACKER pirata
  • HIKE n excursion a pede; v facer un excursion a pede
  • HIKER excursionista (a pede)
  • HILARIOUS allegre, hilare
  • HILL altura
  • HILL collina
  • HILLSIDE (flanco de) collina
  • HILLTOP culmioe del collina
  • HILLY collinose, montuose
  • HIM (after verb) le; (after preposition) ille
  • HIMSELF pron (subject) ipse, mesme; (object) se
  • HIND posterior
  • HINDER adj posterior; v impedir
  • HINDLEG gamba posterior
  • HINDRANCE impedimento, obstaculo
  • HINDSIGHT sagessa retrospective
  • HINDU adj/n hindu
  • HINGE cardine
  • HINT n (remark) insinuation, allusion indirecte; (trace) sapor; intention
  • HIP coxa
  • HIPPOPOTAMUS hippopotamo
  • HIRE n location; v (things) locar (staff) ingagiar; FOR - a locar
  • HIRER locator
  • HIS su; poss. pron le sue(s)
  • HISS n sibilo; v sibilar
  • HISTORIAN historico
  • HISTORIC(AL) historic
  • HISTORY historia
  • HIT n (blow) colpo; (success) successo; v (strike) colpar; (a target) attinger; - BACK defender se; - OUT lanciar grande colpos
  • HITCH n difficultate; v attaccar
  • HITCH-HIKE (v) = facer de autostop
  • HITCH-HIKE facer le *autostop
  • HITCH-HIKING *autostop
  • HITCH-HIKING = autostop
  • HIVE apiario
  • HOARD n (pile) accumulation; (of treasure) thesauro; v amassar, accumular
  • HOARDER accaparator
  • HOARDING (round a building-site) palissada de construction; (billboard) grande tabula publicitari
  • HOARSE rauc
  • HOARSENESS raucitate
  • HOAX n mystification; v mystifica
  • HOBBLE claudicar
  • HOBBY passatempore, *hobby
  • HOCK vino blanc del Rheno
  • HOCKEY *hockey
  • HODDLUM gangster
  • HOE n sarculo; v sarcular
  • HOG n porco; v (eat) devorar; (monopolise) monopolisar
  • HOIST n montacargas; v sublevar
  • HOLD r (grip) prisa; (ship's) *cala, v (keep) tener; (contain) continer; (occupy) occupar; (of meetings) tener; (think) mantener, opinar
  • HOLD-BACK retener (se)
  • HOLD-IN frenar, reprimer
  • HOLD-OFF tener a distantia
  • HOLD-ON tener firme, persister
  • HOLD-OUT vt extender; vi durar
  • HOLD-UP (traffic) obstruction, interruption; (criminal) attacco armate; v (show) monstrar; (traffic) obstruer, interrumper; (as a crime) robar
  • HOLDALL sacco de viage
  • HOLDER (person) possessor; (of titles, shares) detentor; (thing) recipiente, porta- (- name of thing held)
  • HOLE (cavity) cavo; (perforation) foramine
  • HOLIDAY (as in "bank holiday") die feriate; (vacation) ferias, vacationes; BE ON - feriar
  • HOLIDAYMAKER feriante
  • HOLINESS sanctitate
  • HOLLAND Hollanda, *Nederlanda
  • HOLLOW adj (not solid) cave; (fig.) false; n cavo; BEAT - vincer completemente
  • HOLLOW-OUT excavar
  • HOLLY ilice
  • HOLSTER pistoliera
  • HOLY sancte
  • HOMAGE homage
  • HOME adj (of a house) domestic; (of trade) interior; (of defence) (sentimentally) focar; AT - a casa; GO - ir a casa
  • HOME-MADE facite in casa
  • HOMECOMING retorno al casa, al focar
  • HOMELAND patria
  • HOMESICK nostalgic
  • HOMESICKNESS mal del pais, nostalgia
  • HOMEWORK deberes
  • HOMICIDAL homicidal
  • HOMICIDE (act) homicidio; (person) homicida
  • HOMOSEXUAL adj/n homosexual
  • HONEST honeste
  • HONESTLY honestemente
  • HONESTY honestate
  • HONEY melle
  • HONEYCOME favo
  • HONEYMOON luna de melle
  • HONEYSUCKLE caprifolio
  • HONO(U)R n honor; v honorar
  • HONO(U)RABLE honorabile
  • HONORARY (honoured) honorari; (unpaid) non remunerate
  • HOOD (headgear) cappucio; (of car: U.S.) copertura del motor; (of car: British) cappotta
  • HOODWINK deciper, dupar
  • HOOF ungula
  • HOOF-AND-MOUTH-DISEASE aphtha
  • HOOK (gentile.) croc, uncino; (fishing) hamo; v prender al hamo; BY - OR BY CROOK per un manlera o un altere, a omne costo
  • HOOLIGAN scelerato juvene
  • HOOLIGANISM conducta irrationalmente destructive
  • HOOP anello, circulo de ferro
  • HOOT n (of owl) ululation; (of horn) colpo de *klaxon; v (of owl) ulular; (motoring) sonar le *klaxon; (theat.) critar in disapprobation
  • HOP n (bot.) lupulo; (jump) salto; v saltar
  • HOPE n sperantia; v sperar
  • HOPEFUL plen de sperantia
  • HOPELESS (without hope) sin sperantia, desperate; (med.) incurabile; (situation) impossibile, irremediabile; (useless) inutile
  • HORDE *horda
  • HORIZON horlzonte
  • HORIZONTAL horizontal
  • HORMONE *hormone
  • HORN (of animal) corno; (of car) *klaxon
  • HOROSCOPE horoscopo
  • HORRIBLE horribile
  • HORRID (horrible) horribile, horride; (nasty) disagradablle
  • HORRIFY horrificar
  • HORROR horror
  • HORS D'OEUYRE hors d'oeuvre
  • HORSE cavallo
  • HORSE-RACING le cursas
  • HORSE-SHOW concurso hippic
  • HORSEBACK, ON a cavallo
  • HORSEMAN cavallero
  • HORSEPOWER cavallo-vapor
  • HORSERADISH *kren
  • HORSESHOE ferro de cavallo
  • HORTICULTURAL *horticultural
  • HORTICULTURE horticultura
  • HOSE manica
  • HOSE-DOWN lavar con manica
  • HOSIERY calcetteria
  • HOSPITABLE hospital, amical
  • HOSPITAL hospital
  • HOSPITALITY hospitalitate
  • HOSPITALIZE *hospitalisar
  • HOST (at party) hospite, hoste; (at an inn) tavernero; (crowd) multitude
  • HOSTAGE hostage, ostage
  • HOSTEL *hostello; YOUTH - albergo de juventute
  • HOSTESS *hostessa
  • HOSTILE inimic, hostil
  • HOT calide; BE - (of weather) ) salto; facer calor; (of people) haber calor
  • HOT-BLOODED ardente, passionate
  • HOT-DOG panetto reimpl1te de salsicia
  • HOT-HEADED fanatic, impetuose
  • HOT-TEMPERED irascibile
  • HOT-WATER BOTTLE bottilia de aqua calide
  • HOTBED (bot.) seminario calide; (fig.) foco de corruptlon
  • HOTEL hotel
  • HOTELIER hotelier
  • HOTHOUSE conservatorio calide
  • HOTPLATE *calefaceplattos
  • HOUND n can de chassa; v perseque
  • HOUR hora
  • HOURLY adj horari, de cata hora; adv cata hora
  • HOUSE (home) *casa, domo; (dynasty) dynastia; v (embed) incastrar; (v) albergar, allogiar; (store) immagazinar
  • HOUSE-OF-COMMONS Camera del Communes
  • HOUSE-OF-LORDS Camera del Lords
  • HOUSE-OF-REPRESENTATIVES Camera del Representantes
  • HOUSEBOAT *casa flottante
  • HOUSEBREAKER effractor
  • HOUSEBREAKING effraction
  • HOUSEHOLD famiglia, menage
  • HOUSEKEEPING economia domestic, governamento del *casa
  • HOUSEMAID domestica
  • HOUSEPRDUD orgoliose del proprie casa
  • HOUSEWIFE matre de famiglia, matre de menage, *menagera
  • HOUSEWORK travalios domestic
  • HOUSING (provision of dwellings) *allogiamento; (dwellings) *casas
  • HOUSING-ESTATE colonia residential
  • HOVER planar, esser suspendite, flottar in le aere
  • HOVERCRAFT aeroglissator; a cossino de aere
  • HOW como
  • HOW-ARE YOU? como sta vos?
  • HOW-LONG quante tempore
  • HOW-MANY quante
  • HOW-MUCH adj quante; adv quanto
  • HOW-OLD IS HE? quante annos ha ille?
  • HOWEVER adv (no matter which way) comocunque; conj (nevertheless) nonobstante, tamen, totevia
  • HOWL n ululation; v ulular, lamentar se
  • HUB modiolo; (fig.) centro
  • HUDDLE n gruppo; v serrar (se)
  • HUE tinta
  • HUFF cholera; BE IN A - offender se
  • HUG n imbraciamento; v imbraciar
  • HUGE enorme, vaste, immense
  • HULK *carcassa de nave
  • HULL n (of ship) corpore; (shell) scalia; v scaliar
  • HULLO = HELLO
  • HUM n susurro; v (buzz) susurrar; (a tune) cantar a bucca clause
  • HUMAN adj human; n *humano, esser human
  • HUMAN-NATURE natura human
  • HUMANE human
  • HUMANISM humanismo
  • HUMANITARIAN adj humanitari: n humanitario
  • HUMANITY humanitate
  • HUMBLE adj humile; v humiliar
  • HUMDRUM banal, monotone, sin interesse
  • HUMID humide
  • HUMILIATE humiliar
  • HUMILIATION humiliation
  • HUMILITY humilitate
  • HUMO(U)R n humor; v complacer
  • HUMORIST humorista
  • HUMOROUS humorose
  • HUMP gibbo
  • HUNCH suspicion, presentimento
  • HUNCHBACK *gibboso
  • HUNDRED cento
  • HUNDREDTH adj centesime; n centeslmo
  • HUNGARIAN adj hungare; n hungaro
  • HUNGARY Hungaria
  • HUNGER n fame; v haber fame
  • HUNGER-STRIKE exopero del fame
  • HUNGRY famelic; BE - haber fame
  • HUNT n (sport) chassa, veneria; (hunting party) partita de chassatores; (pursuit) persecution; v chassar
  • HUNT-DOWN persequer
  • HUNT-OUT cercar
  • HUNTER chassator, venator
  • HUNTING adj cynegetic, venatori; n chassa, veneria
  • HUNTSMAN chassator
  • HURDLE obstaculo, barriera
  • HURL jectar
  • HURRAH hurrah
  • HURRICANE huracan
  • HURRY n haste; v accelerar (se) hastar (se)
  • HURRY-AWAY partir in haste
  • HURT n damno, mal; vt (cause pain) facer mal a; (harm) nocer a, offender; (wound) ferir, vulnerar; vi doler; MY HEAD -S le capite me dole
  • HUSBAND marito
  • HUSH n silentio; vt silentiar; vi tacer
  • HUSK n scalia; v scaliar
  • HUSKY adj (of voice) rauc; (tough) robuste, solide; n can *eschimese
  • HUSTLE n haste; v (hurry) hastar (se); (push) pulsar
  • HUT cabana
  • HUTCH *coniliera
  • HYACINTH hyacintho
  • HYBRID ad.j/n hybrida
  • HYDRANT hydrante
  • HYDRAULIC hydraulic
  • HYDRO-ELECTRIC hydroelectric
  • HYDROGEN hydrogeno
  • HYDROGEN-BOMB bomba al hydrogeno
  • HYENA hyena
  • HYGIENE hygiene
  • HYGIENIC hygienic
  • HYMEN hymene
  • HYMN hymno
  • HYMNBOOK hymnario
  • HYPHEN tracto de union
  • HYPHENATE scriber con le tracto de union
  • HYPNOSIS hypnose
  • HYPNOTISM hypnotismo
  • HYPNOTIST hypnotista
  • HYPNOTIZE hypnotisar
  • HYPOCHONDRIA hypochondria
  • HYPOCHONDRIAC adj hypochondriac; n hypochondriaco
  • HYPOCRISY hypocrisia
  • HYPOCRITE hypocrita
  • HYPOCRITICAL hypocrita
  • HYPODERMIC hypodermatic
  • HYPOTHESIS hypothese
  • HYPOTHETICAL hypothetic
  • HYSTERECTOMY *hysterectomia
  • HYSTERIA hysteria
  • HYSTERICAL hysteric
  • HYSTERICS attacco de hysteria
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