habere – to have, to hold
habitare – to reside
habitans – resident (adj.)
habitantes – residents
hebdomada – a week
heri – yesterday
hic, haec, hoc – this
hoc die/mense/anno – on this day/month/year
huius – of this
humatio – burial
homo – man, human being
humatus/a – he/she was buried
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