What is the definition of 'ground state',considering H- ion = -14.35eV

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If 'ground state' is the lowest energy state, and H atom takes -13.6eV to ionise while H- takes -14.35eV, why is H- not considered the 'ground state'?

Is that definition wrong? What is the definition of 'ground state' that "fixes" this?