beaten   
afofoka
to be beaten. [Richardson 1885]
ambaka
excelled, exceeded, beaten: tsy mety raha ambaka noho ny biby isika amy ny fitiavana zanaka (it is not right that we should be excelled by animals in the love of offspring) [Richardson 1885]
dabodabohana
to be beaten, to be thumped, to be cudgeled [Richardson 1885]
dabohana
to be beaten, to be struck forcibly [Richardson 1885]
dainana
to be smitten, to be struck, to be beaten [Richardson 1885]
dakotra
cudgeled, beaten, buffeted (Prov.) see daboboka [Richardson 1885]
dinahina
to be beaten, to be cudgeled. Reduplicative also used [Richardson 1885]
faritsohana
to be beaten, to be struck, to be dabbed. [Richardson 1885]
fetsahana
to be beaten, to be struck, by hands, feet, etc. [Richardson 1885]
fiohina
to be beaten, to be flogged. [Richardson 1885]
fofohana
to be beaten, to be struck; to be attacked by disease. [Richardson 1885]
kapohina
to be beaten, to be flogged [Hallanger 1973]
lakasina
to be beaten, to be flogged incessantly. Lakamoina is also used for this [Richardson 1885]
latsahana
to be filled up; to be beaten, to be cudgeled [Richardson 1885]
oretina
to be beaten, to be struck, to be flogged. See retina. [Richardson 1885]
rantsandrantsanina
to be beaten [Richardson 1885]
velezina
to be struck; to be beaten; to be threshed [Hallanger 1973]
voadabodaboka
beaten, thumped, cudgeled [Richardson 1885]
voadaboka
beaten, struck, flogged, hit with force [Richardson 1885]
voadaina
smitten, beaten, flogged, struck [Richardson 1885]
voafaritsoka
beaten, struck with a rod; whizzed, dabbed on. [Richardson 1885]
voafetsaka
struck or thrown down violently, beaten, flogged. [Richardson 1885]
voafioka
beaten with a whip. [Richardson 1885]
voafitsaka
levelled, beaten down, laid down, made flat. Applied chiefly to things growing, as rice beaten down by the wind or rain. See [Richardson 1885]
voafitsoka
beaten, struck, smitten. [Richardson 1885]
voafofoka
beaten, struck, attacked by disease. [Richardson 1885]
voataroka
flogged, beaten [Richardson 1885]
vonoina
to be killed; to be beaten; to be put out (of a fire) [Hallanger 1973]