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Zhanahe
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I know we use "ham" to talk about the weather.  What all counts as weather?  Can I say "Ham rahowa" when it's cold, or "ham boshum" when it's cloudy (and not fleecy clouds)?  "Ham rohoro" when it's stormy?  

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Dathimithedeyul
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Indeed, we can use the weather idiom involving "ham" for any and all of those--and for "it's sunny," "it's windy," "it's snowy/snowing," and so on.

About the weather idiom: since there is only one weather, even if we are talking about various aspects of it together, the verb "ham" will always be singular, never plural. Eg: "Bíi ham rahowa, lilihil, i líithin wa; womodihal wosháal." (It's cold, moist, and gray; an unusually ugly day.)

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jonesRebecca
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This is an example of a very interesting idiom, I was impressed by it. Thank you so much for sharing! fall guys

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