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He—Bal.

He (himself)—Ballăl.

Head—Katta.

Health in health—Wan-gin.

Heap—Murga.

Hear, to—Kattidj.

Heart—Gurdu; Gurt.

Hearth, where the ashes of a fire are still remaining—Yurda.

Heavy—Gumbar; Gundip; Botolyăng (Upper Swan dialect); Kandalyang; Ban-yadak.

Heel—Ngudang Jinnardo; Ngardo; Gurtdun.

Hen, Swamp; Porphyrio—Gullima

Hen, Little; Zapornia;—Warrăjă.

Her (Poss. Pronoun)—Balăk.

Here—Belli belli; N-yinya; Nidjă; Nidjak; Nidjălla; N-yal; In-yene; Tonait?

Here (Come here)—Yuăl.

Hereafter (at some future period)—Mila.

Hero—Wardagadăk.

Hesitate, to—Kattăkattăk-abbin.

Hidden—Kopin.

Hide, to—Ballarijow — Dambarijow; Kopinijow.

High—Kokardar.

High up—Yirăk; Yiragan.

Hill—Katta; Warh-ro.

Hillock—Bogal; Warh-ro.

Him, to—Buggalo.

Hip—Kulgi.

Hip-joint—Djul-yyn.

His—Buggalong.

Hold, to (back any one from fighting)—Wungan; Garraning.

Hole—Gărrab; Jit.

Holey (full of holes)—Gărrabara.

Hollow—Gărrab.

Honest—Ngwidăm.

Honey—Ngon-yang; Boyn.

Honeysuckle Tree (see Banksia)—Biara.