Words

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ḥéḷaṭ - to come as a guest suddenly, without being invited (LS 175)
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ḥam - father-in-law (LS 178–179)
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ḥamə - IV. to give in marriage (LS 179–180, CSOL I 559, CSOL II 479)
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ḥámˀi - clarified butter (LS 179, CSOL I 558, CSOL II 478)
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ḥéməd - to thank, praise (LS 179)

borrowed from Arabic

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ḥámdεhεr - boiled buttermilk (LS 179, CSOL II 478)

plausibly derivable from an original meaning ‘something hot’ (Kogan 2015: 334)

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ḥímhim - soot (LS 180, CSOL II 478)
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ḥímhɛr - kind of tree (Zygocarpum coeruleum) (CSOL II 479, Miller–Morris 2004:617)
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ḥémoḷ - to endure, to tolerate (LS 180, CSOL I 558, CSOL II 478)
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ḥámla - tick (Naumkin–Porhomovskiy 1981: 65)