Herero

A person who loves meat and listen to One Blood all day.


Lavas is such a herero

Hierso

Hierso is a South African slang term that means "Here", "Right here". It is taken from the Afrikaans language.


"I'll be hierso goseng, wa nkolota" - Khuli Chana in No More Hunger

Hhayi bo (haibo)

It is not Xhosa but Zulu phrase meaning to disapprove an act. It goes together with phrases like, kahle no, musa bo, woza bo, mana no, etc


Hhayi bo wnzani?

Hule

Ihule is another Xhosa term for a whore or sfebe.
Plural: Amahule


yhu lihule usisi wakho.

Hobosexual

A person who enters a relationship for the sole purpose of having a place to stay or avoid being homeless.


I just found out the girl I was actually a hobosexual.

Hurda

The act of breaking someone's heart either through cheating or any malpractice that automatically leads the end of a relationship. Often used in a phrase "ba tlao hurda" meaning they will hurt you


Ba tlao hurda, banunur!

Hayi

A Xhosa term for No.


Q: Are you hungry?
A: Hayi

Holding a candle

A term used when someone tags along with a couple, either on a date or when they are just chilling.


I'm tired of always being the one holding a candle. I need a girlfriend.

HMU

Is an acronym mostly used in social media for hit me up (get in touch with me).


If you are looking to buy tickets, hmu.

Howzit

Common South African greeting that translates roughly as “How are you?”, “How are things?” or just “Hello”. It is derived from “How is it?”


Ola my bro, howzit there?



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