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'''Dictionary of Dikranagerdtsi Words and Phrases – H'''
  
HABERJIan * (T) Herald, messenger
 
  
HABESHian
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'''WORD/PHRASE and DEFINITION'''
  
HABIBian
 
  
HABJIan
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'''Hă:''' (K) Ă: Yes
  
HABLANian
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'''Hă, bă:''' Yes, of course! Followed by Oudis băgh kibă. Alliterative follow on: May you eat cold kibă
  
HABOian
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'''Ha, dzo!:''' Ho, lad!
  
HABOSian
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'''Hăb:''' (T) Hap: Pill; (earpiece)
  
HACATORian
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'''Hăchă:''' Bark (dog)
  
HACHian
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'''Hădmuleh:''' Another one
  
HACHADOORian
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'''Haideh:''' (T) Haydi: Come1 Be off!
  
HACHADORian
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'''Haif eh:''' It's a waste! Too precious to lose. (T) Alas! What a pity!
  
HACHADOURian
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'''Hairan:''' (T) Bewildered, filled with admiration, lover. Followed by kurban.
  
HACHERian
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'''Haiva:''' (T) Ayva: quince
  
HACHGONTZian
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'''Haivan:''' (T) Hayvan: Living creature; animal; beast of burden; stupid fool
  
HACHIGian
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'''Hăji:''' (Ab): Pilgrim
  
HACHIKian
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'''Hăkunvil:''' To get dressed. To dress.
  
HACKADOURian
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'''Hakyat:''' (A) Hekiat: Fairy tale; (T) Hikaye: story, tale, yarn (Ab) Hikaya
  
HACOBian
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'''Hal:''' (T) State, condition, situation; quality, behavior
  
HACOPian
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'''Hălă:''' (T) Hele: After all; especially; at least; at last.
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'''Hala:''' (T) At least; still; yet; now; up til now; just; at the present time.
  
HADDADian
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'''Hălă, hălă:''' (T) Hi, listen to me; Now just look here; Now tell me truly.
  
HADIDian
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'''Hala-Haram:''' Wrong state or condition.
  
HADIGian
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'''Halal eghnă:''' Response to someone’s repeated coughing.
  
HADISHian
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'''Halal:''' (Ab) Lawful
  
HADJATian
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'''Hălbǎt:''' (T) Certainly, of course; (K) albat; (P) albattah; (T) elbet
  
HADJETian
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'''Halk:''' (T) The common people, folk, crowd
  
HADJIan
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'''Halka:''' (P/T) Hoop, ring, circle, door-knocker, link on a chain
  
HADJIBEKian
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'''Hăloub:''' (Ab) Chamber pot
  
HADJINian
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'''Hǎmbril:''' To count, enumerate. Examples: Meg, ergouk, irek, chours, hing, vits, yoteh, outeh, inneh, daseh, dusnumeg, dusvergouk, dusvirek, dusnuchours, dusnuhing, dusnuvits, dusnuyoteh, dusnuvouteh, dusnuvineh, ksan.
  
HADJINLIan
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'''Hăngărdz:''' As it happens.
  
HADJOLIan
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'''Hăps/Hăpskhana:''' (T) Hapis: Imprisonment/jailhouse
  
HAGATian
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'''Haram:''' (Ab) Wrong, forbidden by religion, unlawful, illicit, taboo
  
HAGEN ian
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'''Hărgăvor:''' Bathroom, toilet, privy, necessary
  
HAGHNAZARian (A/T/Ab/P) Great look, regard or consideration; great evil eye.
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'''Hărif:''' (T) Herif: Fellow
  
HAGHOUBian
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'''Hărifana:''' (T) Herif ana; Fellow man; fellowship principle; Dutch treat
  
HAGHTOUHIyan (A) Victress, or female victor.
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'''Hăroutin, shăkrikoutin:''' Haroutiun, sugar box
  
HAGHVERDIyan (A/T) Great rose-colored
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'''Hǎrs:''' Bride
  
HAGINTian
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'''Hărs:''' (K) Anger
  
HAGOBian
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'''Hărsodǎv:''' He got angry
  
HAGOPian (H)  Jacob/Yakov – deceiver, supplanter
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'''Hăshifis ch’egăv:''' Not as calculated; not as expected; not up to my standards
  
HAGOPJANian
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'''Hăts:''' Bread
  
HAIARPIyan
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'''Hava:''' (T) Air, sky
  
HAIDian
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'''Hăvou ăchk:''' Chicken’s eye. Number one on a die (Tavli)
  
HAIDOSTian
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'''Haya:''' (K/T) Shame. Knă haya eghi: Go, and be ashamed.
  
HAIGian
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'''Hayasouz''': (K/T) Shameless.
  
HAIGAGian
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'''Hazr:''' (T) Ready
  
HAIGANOUSHian
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'''Hech:''' (T) Hich: none, no, nothing, not at all, never
  
HAIGARAMian
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'''Hentz:''' Ordinary, plain
  
HAIGASERian
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'''Hey gidi:''' Interjection: O those times! O the good old days!.
  
HAIGASHENian
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'''Hey Janumuneh:''' Exclamation. (P/T) O my dear soul!
  
HAIGAZian
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'''Hivănd:''' Sick
  
HAIGAZNian
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'''Hivăntănots:''' Hospital
  
HAIGAZOONian
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'''Hivăntoutin:''' Sickness
  
HAIGENTZ  (A)
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'''Hodoug:''' Stinker, rotten. (T) hödük: Boorish, clumsy, lout, bumpkin
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'''Hodurănknir:''' Smells, odors
  
HAIGOONI
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'''Hokit sirim:''' Love your soul. Followed by “Kadart arnim”
  
HAIGOUHIyan
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'''Hon tsen:''' From here
  
HAIGOUNI
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'''Hoppola!:''' (T) Up he goes! Dangling a child.
  
HAIKAZian See HAIGAZian
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'''Hos tsen:''' From there
  
HAIRABEDian (A) patriarch, catholicos
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'''Houd:''' Smell, odor
  
HAIRANian
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'''Hounăr:''' (T) Huner: Skill; dexterity; ability; art; talent; behavior, mannerism
  
HAIRAPETian
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'''Hurdigvil:''' To go away, Knă hurdigvi: Get lost!
  
HAIRBEDian
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'''Huskout eghi:''' Be silent!
  
HAIRENIKian
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'''Huskout:''' (Ab) Uskut: Silence!
  
HAIRIGian Little or dear father.
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'''Hyva:''' Quince
 
 
HAIRIKian  See HAIRIGian
 
 
 
HAIRPETian
 
 
 
HAITAyan
 
 
 
HAJAKian
 
 
 
HAJARian  (Ab) stonecutter, mason; (A) Rye (grain)
 
 
 
HAJATian
 
 
 
HAJEian
 
 
 
HAJEMian
 
 
 
HAJENian
 
 
 
HAJENLIan
 
 
 
HAJIan (Ab) A pilgrim.to Mecca. Armenians use it erroneously to denote a pilgrim to Jerusalem.
 
 
 
HAJIBALian
 
 
 
HAJIBEKian
 
 
 
HAJIMIKRIan
 
 
 
HAJINian (T) Native of Hajin.
 
 
 
HAJINAZARian
 
 
 
HAJINLIan See HAJINian
 
 
 
HAJJARian See HAJARian
 
 
 
HAKian
 
 
 
HAKAKian
 
 
 
HAKEMian (T) Hakeem = philosopher (?) Umpire, See Hakim
 
 
 
HAKHBANDian
 
 
 
HAKHBANDARian
 
 
 
HAKHNAZARian
 
 
 
HAKHPANDian
 
 
 
HAKHVERDian iravunk dvogh
 
 
 
HAKIMian T/Ab Ruler, governor, judge.
 
 
 
HAKISSian
 
 
 
HAKKAKKian
 
 
 
HAKKINian
 
 
 
HAKOBian
 
 
 
HAKOOPian See HAGOPian
 
 
 
HAKOPian (A/H) See HAGOPian.
 
 
 
HAKOUBian
 
 
 
HALABian (Ab) Native of Aleppo.
 
 
 
HALABLIan (Ab/T) See HALABian
 
 
 
HALADJIan
 
 
 
HALAJIan (T) Wholesale marketeer. +Hallaji
 
 
 
HALBERian
 
 
 
HALBURian (T) See KALBURJian
 
 
 
HALEBian Native of Aleppo.
 
 
 
HALEBLIan See HALEB ian
 
 
 
HALEDJIan See KHALIJIan
 
 
 
HALEJIan (T) See KHALIJIan  carpet maker/dealer
 
 
 
HALEPLIan
 
 
 
HALICI
 
 
 
HALLACHian (T)  Cotton or wool fluffer, w/bow & mallet
 
 
 
HALLAJIan* (Ab/T) Carder of cotton
 
 
 
HALLAJIan (T) Carder of cotton/wool fluffer(Hallach)
 
 
 
HALVACHIan
 
 
 
HALVADJIan
 
 
 
HALVAJIan T/Ab Halvah maker/dealer.
 
 
 
HALWADJIan
 
 
 
HAMABRDZUMian
 
 
 
HAMALian * (T) Porter, stevedore.
 
 
 
HAMAMCHIan
 
 
 
HAMAMDJIan
 
 
 
HAMAMJIan (T) Bathhouse manager.
 
 
 
HAMASian
 
 
 
HAMASPIURian
 
 
 
HAMAZASBian
 
 
 
HAMBARian
 
 
 
HAMBARCHIan
 
 
 
HAMBARSOUMian
 
 
 
HAMBARSUMian
 
 
 
HAMBOian
 
 
 
HAMDILIan
 
 
 
HAMESDOUHIan
 
 
 
HAMJIan
 
 
 
HAMLIGian
 
 
 
HAMMALian
 
 
 
HAMOian
 
 
 
HAMOUI,
 
 
 
HAMPARian See HAMPARTSOUMian
 
 
 
HAMPARSOUMian See HAMPARTSOUMian
 
 
 
HAMPARSUMian See HAMPARTSOUMian
 
 
 
HAMPARTSOOMian See HAMPARTSOUMian
 
 
 
*HAMPARTSOUMian (A) Ascension of Jesus Christ
 
 
 
HAMPARTZOOMian See HAMPARTSOUMian
 
 
 
HAMPARTZOUMian See HAMPARTSOUMian
 
 
 
HAMPARZOMian See HAMPARTSOUMian
 
 
 
HAMPARZUMian See HAMPARTSOUMian
 
 
 
HAMPERian Trunc. of HAMPARTSOUMian
 
 
 
HAMPIG Dim. of HAMPARTSOUMian
 
 
 
HAMPIK See HAMPARTSOUMian
 
 
 
HAMPORTZOOM See HAMPARTSOUMian
 
 
 
HAMPORZOOM See HAMPARTSOUMian
 
 
 
HAMPTian See HAMPARTSOUMian
 
 
 
HAMRER ?
 
 
 
HANian
 
 
 
HANAMIRian
 
 
 
HANANian
 
 
 
HANDALIan
 
 
 
HANDIGian
 
 
 
HANEMian
 
 
 
HANENian
 
 
 
HANESian
 
 
 
HANESHian
 
 
 
HANESSian
 
 
 
HANIKian
 
 
 
HANIMian
 
 
 
HANISian
 
 
 
HANISSian
 
 
 
HANJIan
 
 
 
HANOian
 
 
 
HANPASHian
 
 
 
HANZATian
 
 
 
HAPETian* (H/Ar) Japhet in English, Yefet in Hebrew: Beautiful; Yefet in
 
 
 
Aramaic: Abundant, spacious.
 
 
 
HAPOUJi7uan
 
 
 
HARian Dim. of HARUTIUNian or HAIRABEDian.
 
 
 
HARABEDian
 
 
 
HARACHian
 
 
 
HARATian See HARUTIUNian
 
 
 
HARATUNian See HARUTIUNian
 
 
 
HARBIGian
 
 
 
HARBOian
 
 
 
HARDANian
 
 
 
HARDOSTian
 
 
 
HARDSHian
 
 
 
HARDUTOUNian See HARUTIUNian
 
 
 
HAREM AGHASI = Eunuch (?) (Agha Siyah =Black gentleman)
 
 
 
HARENTZ See HARUTIUNian
 
 
 
HARETian See HARUTIUNian
 
 
 
HARIKian Dim. of HARUTIUNian
 
 
 
HARITUNian See HARUTIUNian
 
 
 
HARMANDAyan See HARMANian
 
 
 
HARMANDian See HARMANian
 
 
 
HARMANDERian See HARMANian
 
 
 
HARMANian (T) Heap of grain for threshing, operation of threshing, harvest. Blender of tea, tobacco.
 
 
 
HARMANJIan See HARMANian
 
 
 
HAROian Dim. of HARUTIUNian.
 
 
 
HARON ian
 
 
 
HAROOTian See HARUTIUNian
 
 
 
HAROOTINian See HARUTIUNian
 
 
 
HAROOTIUNian See HARUTIUNian.
 
 
 
HAROOTUNian See HARUTIUNian.
 
 
 
HAROTian See HARUTIUNian.
 
 
 
HAROTUNian See HARUTIUNian.
 
 
 
HAROUTian See HARUTIUNian.
 
 
 
HAROUTINian See HARUTIUNian.
 
 
 
HAROUTIOUNian See HARUTIUNian.
 
 
 
HAROUTIUNian See HARUTIUNian.
 
 
 
HAROUTOONian See HARUTIUNian.
 
 
 
HAROUTOUNian See HARUTIUNian.
 
 
 
HAROUTUNian See HARUTIUNian.
 
 
 
HAROUTYOUNian See HARUTIUNian.
 
 
 
HAROUTYUNian See HARUTIUNian.
 
 
 
HARPOORian
 
 
 
HARPOOTian
 
 
 
HARPOOTLIan
 
 
 
HARTian See HARUTIUNian.
 
 
 
HARTINian See HARUTIUNian.
 
 
 
HARTOONian See HARUTIUNian.
 
 
 
HARTOUNian See HARUTIUNian.
 
 
 
HARTUNian See HARUTIUNian
 
 
 
HARUTHUNian See HARUTIUNian.
 
 
 
HARUTIUNian (A) Resurrection (of Jesus Christ).
 
 
 
HARUTUNian See HARUTIUNian.
 
 
 
HARUTYUNyan See HARUTIUNian.
 
 
 
HARZARian
 
 
 
HARZIGian
 
 
 
HARZIVARTian
 
 
 
HASEKian
 
 
 
HASERJIan
 
 
 
HASHASian
 
 
 
HASHEMian
 
 
 
HASHian
 
 
 
HASHIMian
 
 
 
HASHOLIan
 
 
 
HASHTROUDian
 
 
 
HASIRJIan * = maker/dealer in mats
 
 
 
HASMIGian
 
 
 
HASSASSian
 
 
 
HASSEKian
 
 
 
HASSERDJIan
 
 
 
HASSERJIan
 
 
 
HASSESSian
 
 
 
HATABian
 
 
 
HATAMian See HATEMian (seal)
 
 
 
HATCHian
 
 
 
HATCHADERian
 
 
 
HATCHADOORian
 
 
 
HATCHADOURian
 
 
 
HATCHERian
 
 
 
HATCHGONTZ
 
 
 
HATCHIGian
 
 
 
HATCHIKian
 
 
 
HATEMian (A) Name of ancient Armenian kings ?
 
 
 
HATIRian influence, consideration, weight.
 
 
 
HATOUNian
 
 
 
HATSPANian
 
 
 
HATUTian
 
 
 
HATZian
 
 
 
HATZAKORDZian (A) Baker
 
 
 
HATZAKORTZian See HATZAKORDZian
 
 
 
HATZAKORZian HATZAKORDZian
 
 
 
HATZATOOK (A) Baker’s assistant who shovels bread into the oven. ?
 
 
 
HATZBANian
 
 
 
HATZIKian
 
 
 
HAVian
 
 
 
HAVADian
 
 
 
HAVAGHIMian
 
 
 
HAVANian
 
 
 
HAVARIan (T) Apostle.
 
 
 
HAVATian
 
 
 
HAVERZHian
 
 
 
HAVITERS (T) Contrary nap (rug). In a certain town in Turkish Armenia, there lived and worked two master
 
rug weavers. A wealthy resident of the town wished to have a rug woven and commissioned one of the weavers
 
to do the job. The weaver commenced the work, but when halfway through, died of consumption. The wealthy
 
man who had commissioned the work then approached the other weaver to complete the job. This other master
 
weaver accepted the offer, but being a proud artisan, decided to complete the job his own way. So, instead
 
of picking up where the other had left off, he commenced from the other side and when he had gone for
 
enough, joined the two parts. In doing so he ended up creating a rug with the nap going in opposite
 
directions. This became a source for his being named haviters, hav (khav in old Turkish) meaning nap, and
 
ters meaning contrary. Thus havi ters. (Mircan Haviters)
 
 
 
HAVLOUJIan
 
 
 
HAVNOONian
 
 
 
HAVOONJIan
 
 
 
HAVOUNJIan See KAVOUNJIan ?
 
 
 
HAYAKian
 
 
 
HAYASDANian
 
 
 
HAYASTANian
 
 
 
HAYATian
 
 
 
HAYBATian
 
 
 
HAYBEDian
 
 
 
HAYGENTZ
 
 
 
HAYGOONI
 
 
 
HAYIKian
 
 
 
HAYITyan
 
 
 
HAYOTZ
 
 
 
HAYRABEDian
 
 
 
HAYRAPETyan (A) Patriarch ?
 
 
 
HAYRIKian
 
 
 
HAYRUMyan
 
 
 
HAYTAian (A)  Var. of haytaytich: supplier, furnisher.
 
 
 
HAYTAian (T) (Formerly) A mounted guard, who escorted a caravan; armed and mounted
 
 
 
brigand; out-of-hand, mischievous child; young hooligan, rebel, freebooter, hobo, bum, rascal, no-good,
 
goof-off, ne’er-do-well, good-for-nothing, no-count
 
 
 
HAYTOUG (A) Combatant
 
 
 
HAZian ?
 
 
 
HAZARian
 
 
 
HAZARABEDian * (A) Leader of a thousand; military rank of major.
 
 
 
HAZARJIan
 
 
 
HAZAROSSian
 
 
 
*HAZARVARTian (A) one thousand roses
 
 
 
HAZERJIan (T) Ready-made.
 
 
 
HAZIRian
 
 
 
HAZIRJIan
 
 
 
HAZURian On hand, handy.
 
 
 
HAZURJIan Dealer in ready-made goods, clothes
 
 
 
HEBOian name?
 
 
 
HECOBian See HAGOPian
 
 
 
HEDERian
 
 
 
HEDESHian
 
 
 
HEDITSIan (T) Native of Hedi, village of Kharpert
 
 
 
HEGHINian (G) Heghine is the Armenian form of the name Helen: Light
 
 
 
HEGHNARian
 
 
 
HEJINian
 
 
 
HEKEM ian See Hekimian
 
 
 
HEKIMian (T) Physician
 
 
 
HELGELIan (T) Var. of helkeli: pail or bucket-like.
 
 
 
HELGELYan
 
 
 
HELVACIan
 
 
 
HELVAJIan
 
 
 
HENESian
 
 
 
HENZORian
 
 
 
HEPSEN (T) See HEPSHEN
 
 
 
HEPSHEN (T) Hep: Always; shen: joyous, cheerful. Always cheerful
 
 
 
HERAian
 
 
 
HERADian ?
 
 
 
HERANOUSHian
 
 
 
HERAZANTian
 
 
 
HERBEKian
 
 
 
HERBOian
 
 
 
HERDEMian (T/K) Ever, always, at every moment
 
 
 
HERGNIan
 
 
 
HERian
 
 
 
HERIKLIan
 
 
 
HERMAian
 
 
 
HERMINEian
 
 
 
HEROian
 
 
 
HEROSian
 
 
 
HESSian ?
 
 
 
HETOOMian
 
 
 
HETOUNian
 
 
 
HEUKELEKian
 
 
 
HEVESian
 
 
 
HEWSEN See HUSSENIGian    See HIUSNian.
 
 
 
HEZEKian
 
 
 
HIBBEian ?
 
 
 
HIGHGASian See HAIGAZian
 
 
 
HIGHTAian
 
 
 
HIMDOian
 
 
 
HIMIDian
 
 
 
HINDLIan
 
 
 
HINDOian
 
 
 
HINTIRian
 
 
 
HINTLIan
 
 
 
HIRPETian
 
 
 
HISARian Tower, fortress
 
 
 
HIUSENian (A) See HIUSNian.
 
 
 
HIUSNian (A) Carpenter.
 
 
 
HMAYAGian
 
 
 
HNAZANTian
 
 
 
HODian
 
 
 
HODIKian
 
 
 
HOGHGROGHian (A) Provider of soil for litter.
 
 
 
HOGHIGian
 
 
 
HOGOHian
 
 
 
HOGROGian * A See HOGHGROGH.
 
 
 
HOGTANian
 
 
 
HOJEGian
 
 
 
HOKHIKian
 
 
 
HOLian ?
 
 
 
HOLABEGian
 
 
 
HOLIYan ?
 
 
 
HOLINEian
 
 
 
HOLLISian
 
 
 
HOLLMANian ?
 
 
 
HOLOBIGian
 
 
 
HOLOPIGian
 
 
 
HOLOPIKian
 
 
 
HONARCHIan Var. of hunerli: Skilful, talented ?
 
 
 
HOOGASian
 
 
 
HOOGOian
 
 
 
HOOKASian
 
 
 
HOONANian
 
 
 
HOORian
 
 
 
HOORIGian
 
 
 
HOOSian
 
 
 
HOPALIan
 
 
 
HOPLAMAQian  (to) Leap, jump or hop about; to be excited; to palpitate
 
 
 
HOPLAMAZian
 
 
 
HORANian
 
 
 
HORASian
 
 
 
HORASANian
 
 
 
HORASANCIan
 
 
 
HORDANANian * (H) Native of Jordan ?
 
 
 
HORHOROUNIan
 
 
 
HORHOROUNY
 
 
 
HOROUPian
 
 
 
HOROUTOONian
 
 
 
HORTian
 
 
 
HORTIGian
 
 
 
HOSDAGHian See KHOSDEGHian
 
 
 
HOSEPian
 
 
 
HOSHABJIan
 
 
 
HOSHAFian
 
 
 
HOSHARian
 
 
 
HOTONian
 
 
 
HOTZAKORGian (A) See HATZAKORDZian
 
 
 
HOUGASian
 
 
 
HOUGHASian
 
 
 
HOULIANEian
 
 
 
HOUMARian
 
 
 
H(O)UNANian
 
 
 
HOURDAJIan (T) Second-hand metal dealer.
 
 
 
HOURIan
 
 
 
HOURIGian
 
 
 
HOUSEPian
 
 
 
HOUSIGian
 
 
 
HOUSIKian
 
 
 
HOUSINEian
 
 
 
HOVian
 
 
 
HOVAGian
 
 
 
HOVAGHIMian
 
 
 
HOVAGIMian (A/H) Name of father of Virgin Mary) From last king of Judah, Jehoiakim: God rising
 
 
 
HOVAKEMian
 
 
 
HOVAKIMian See HOVAGIMian
 
 
 
HOVANian See HOVHANNESian or HOVNANian
 
 
 
HOVANESian See HOVHANNESian
 
 
 
HOVANESSian See HOVHANNESian
 
 
 
HOVANNESian See HOVHANNESian
 
 
 
HOVANNISian See HOVHANNESian
 
 
 
HOVARDian
 
 
 
HOVASAPian  God the judge
 
 
 
HOVASEPIian
 
 
 
HOVENANian
 
 
 
HOVENESian See HOVHANNESian
 
 
 
HOVESEPian
 
 
 
HOVHANNESian (H) Yochanan: God is gracious
 
 
 
HOVHANESSian See HOVHANNESian
 
 
 
HOVHANISian See HOVHANNESian
 
 
 
HOVHANNASSian See HOVHANNESian
 
 
 
HOVHANNESian See HOVHANNESian
 
 
 
HOVHANNESSian See HOVHANNESian
 
 
 
HOVHANNISian See HOVHANNESian
 
 
 
HOVIGian See HOVHANNESian or HOVNANian
 
 
 
HOVIVian
 
 
 
HOVNANian (A/H) Dove.
 
 
 
HOVNATANian (H) Jehovah’s gift
 
 
 
HOVSEPian (A/H)  Joseph: he shall add a son
 
 
 
HOWHANNESian See HOVHANNESian
 
 
 
HOYYOian
 
 
 
HRACH ian
 
 
 
HRACHIAyan
 
 
 
HRAHADian
 
 
 
HRAIRian
 
 
 
HRANOOSHian
 
 
 
HRANOUSHian
 
 
 
HRANTian
 
 
 
HRANTOUHIyan
 
 
 
HRASOONian
 
 
 
HRAVARTian
 
 
 
HRAYR ian
 
 
 
HRAZTANian
 
 
 
HRECHDAKian
 
 
 
HREGHENian
 
 
 
HRENIGian
 
 
 
HRESHDAGian
 
 
 
HRIPSIMEyan
 
 
 
HRIPSIMEHian
 
 
 
HROUTian
 
 
 
HUGASian See GHUGASian.
 
 
 
HUGASHian
 
 
 
HUNANian
 
 
 
HUNZORian
 
 
 
HUSANian See HIUSNian.
 
 
 
HUSISian
 
 
 
HUSSAINian See HIUSNian
 
 
 
HUSSENDJIan See HIUSNian
 
 
 
HUSSENigian (A) Native of Hussenig, a village in Kharpert Province, which means "little carpenter."
 
 
 
HUSSENIGLIan See HUSSENigian
 
 
 
HUSSian
 
 
 
HUTNIan
 
 
 
HYDUCKian
 
 
 
HYRAPIETian
 
 
 
HYTAian
 

Latest revision as of 20:45, 2 October 2018

Dictionary of Dikranagerdtsi Words and Phrases – H


WORD/PHRASE and DEFINITION


Hă: (K) Ă: Yes

Hă, bă: Yes, of course! Followed by Oudis băgh kibă. Alliterative follow on: May you eat cold kibă

Ha, dzo!: Ho, lad!

Hăb: (T) Hap: Pill; (earpiece)

Hăchă: Bark (dog)

Hădmuleh: Another one

Haideh: (T) Haydi: Come1 Be off!

Haif eh: It's a waste! Too precious to lose. (T) Alas! What a pity!

Hairan: (T) Bewildered, filled with admiration, lover. Followed by kurban.

Haiva: (T) Ayva: quince

Haivan: (T) Hayvan: Living creature; animal; beast of burden; stupid fool

Hăji: (Ab): Pilgrim

Hăkunvil: To get dressed. To dress.

Hakyat: (A) Hekiat: Fairy tale; (T) Hikaye: story, tale, yarn (Ab) Hikaya

Hal: (T) State, condition, situation; quality, behavior

Hălă: (T) Hele: After all; especially; at least; at last.

Hala: (T) At least; still; yet; now; up til now; just; at the present time.

Hălă, hălă: (T) Hi, listen to me; Now just look here; Now tell me truly.

Hala-Haram: Wrong state or condition.

Halal eghnă: Response to someone’s repeated coughing.

Halal: (Ab) Lawful

Hălbǎt: (T) Certainly, of course; (K) albat; (P) albattah; (T) elbet

Halk: (T) The common people, folk, crowd

Halka: (P/T) Hoop, ring, circle, door-knocker, link on a chain

Hăloub: (Ab) Chamber pot

Hǎmbril: To count, enumerate. Examples: Meg, ergouk, irek, chours, hing, vits, yoteh, outeh, inneh, daseh, dusnumeg, dusvergouk, dusvirek, dusnuchours, dusnuhing, dusnuvits, dusnuyoteh, dusnuvouteh, dusnuvineh, ksan.

Hăngărdz: As it happens.

Hăps/Hăpskhana: (T) Hapis: Imprisonment/jailhouse

Haram: (Ab) Wrong, forbidden by religion, unlawful, illicit, taboo

Hărgăvor: Bathroom, toilet, privy, necessary

Hărif: (T) Herif: Fellow

Hărifana: (T) Herif ana; Fellow man; fellowship principle; Dutch treat

Hăroutin, shăkrikoutin: Haroutiun, sugar box

Hǎrs: Bride

Hărs: (K) Anger

Hărsodǎv: He got angry

Hăshifis ch’egăv: Not as calculated; not as expected; not up to my standards

Hăts: Bread

Hava: (T) Air, sky

Hăvou ăchk: Chicken’s eye. Number one on a die (Tavli)

Haya: (K/T) Shame. Knă haya eghi: Go, and be ashamed.

Hayasouz: (K/T) Shameless.

Hazr: (T) Ready

Hech: (T) Hich: none, no, nothing, not at all, never

Hentz: Ordinary, plain

Hey gidi: Interjection: O those times! O the good old days!.

Hey Janumuneh: Exclamation. (P/T) O my dear soul!

Hivănd: Sick

Hivăntănots: Hospital

Hivăntoutin: Sickness

Hodoug: Stinker, rotten. (T) hödük: Boorish, clumsy, lout, bumpkin

Hodurănknir: Smells, odors

Hokit sirim: Love your soul. Followed by “Kadart arnim”

Hon tsen: From here

Hoppola!: (T) Up he goes! Dangling a child.

Hos tsen: From there

Houd: Smell, odor

Hounăr: (T) Huner: Skill; dexterity; ability; art; talent; behavior, mannerism

Hurdigvil: To go away, Knă hurdigvi: Get lost!

Huskout eghi: Be silent!

Huskout: (Ab) Uskut: Silence!

Hyva: Quince