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Renmants of the Book of Mormon Language that Still Remain in Mesoamerica Today. 

“Ammonihah” (Alma 8:18) Name of a country and city. 
“Antionah” (Alma 12:20) A chief ruler. 
“Giddonah” (Alma 30:23) A high priest who judged Korihor. 
“Gadiomnah” (3 Nephi 9:8) A City. 
“Gidgiddonah” (Mormon 6:13) A Nephite General.  
“Limnah” (Alma 11:10) A measurement of weight.  
“Rabbanah” (Alma 18:13) Interpreted, powerful or great king.
"Gilgah" (Ether 6:14) One of the sons of Jarad.
"Mahah" (Ether 6:14) One of the sons of Jarad.
"Orihah" (Ether 6:14) One of the sons of Jarad.
“Moronihah” (Alma 63:15) A City. 
“Nephihah” (Alma 62:18) A City. 
“Zerahemnah” (Alma 43:44) A chief captain. 

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"The term hah in Maya means 'by, or connected to water'" (Book of Mromon Study Guide, Pt 3: By Randal S;. Chase)

"I believe that remnants of the Maya language exist in the Book of Mormon. For example, one of those remnants is the use of the term “hah.” In Maya, this term denotes “associated with water in some way.”  (Do Remnants of the Maya Language Appear in the Book of Mormon?,  By Jerry L. Ainsworth)
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A few Maya Names Used in Mesoamerica Today.
Balamha city in the Yucatan by the ocean
Altumha  Is an ancient Maya city by a river on the coast of Belize. (Wikipedia)
Pulsiha  Pulsiha is located in southern Belize, near the Maya Mountains.
Xel-Ha, An ancient Maya city dated between 7th and 12th centuries on the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. (Wikipedia)
Zazil-Ha, Was a Maya princess of the cacicazo (kuchkabal of Chactemal (present Chetumal) that was governed by  Nachán Can. (Wikipedia)
Misol-Ha,  The ruins of an ancient city by a water fall. In the Ch’ol language Misol-Ha means "Water Falls". (Wikipedia)