Entry h
Part of speech noun (symbol)
Explanations in Malagasy  [Rajemisa 1985] Tarehintsoratra fahafito ary renisoratra fahadimy amin'ny abidy malagasy; zara raha heno ny feon'ny H, fa indraidray kosa toa voatonona any an-tenda no fandrenesana azy:Maloka ny tontolo rehefa hariva ny andro (zara raha heno) /Nisy nitoraka ny tranonay halina (any an-tenda). Ny H dia miova ho K amin'ny fanakambanan-teny:Manana havana: manan-kavana.
Explanations in English  [Richardson 1885] the seventh letter of the Malagasy Alphabet. It is always an aspirate. It is used for k in many provincial words, as hely for kely; hotro for kotro. Whenever it is preceded by i, a second i follows it for euphony, thus mihady is pronounced mihiady. It is added to all derivative passive verbs beginning with a vowel as a sign of the future tense; and also before all relative verbs, thus ekena (eky), pres., becomes hekena, fut.; anaovana (tao), pres., becomes hanaovana, fut. It is the sign of the future in all act. tr. or act. int. verbs, as manao (tao), pres., hanao, fut. It is sometimes added for euphony between two vowels, as mihavy for miavy, etc. When the verbal prefix man- is added to roots beginning with h, the h is sometimes elided, as manadino [man- and hadino]; and sometimes changed to g, as mangalatra [man- and halatra].
Explanations in French  [Abinal 1888] Septième lettre et cinquième consonne de l'alphabet malgache, est toujours aspirée; au commencement d'un mot indique souvent le futur des verbes.
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Entry h-
Part of speech prefix [Words with h-]
Explanations in English  [Hallanger 1973] prefix, sign of the future, as in : manào to do; hanào, will do
Explanations in French  [Hallanger 1974] préfixe, indique le futur des verbes; ex. : manao, il fait; hanao, il fera

Entry H
Part of speech noun (symbol)
Explanations in Malagasy  [3.1] Hidirôzenina. Singa mietona, voalohany amin'ny fisokajiana miherina.
Explanations in English  [3.1] Hydrogen
Explanations in French  [3.1] Hydrogène
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