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abosesika
to be made to rush, to be pushed, forced, crowded, or crammed [Richardson 1885]
abozeka
to be crowded together, as many in a house; to be put in heaps, as luggage in a store-room (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
bozeka
pressed, squeezed together, cramped, crowded. See bosesika [Richardson 1885]
dibidiby
full, as baskets, etc., replete, crowded, as a room. See dibadiab, safotra, tondraka. [Richardson 1885]
diboka
full, crowded, covered, as with water [Richardson 1885]
hiboka
full, crowded; enclosed [Hallanger 1973]
mibozeka
to be crowded together, to be put in heaps (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
mifanitsaka
to trample on each other, to be crowded together [Hallanger 1973]
mifanizina
to be crowded close together [Hallanger 1973]
mihizina
to be crowded, full [Hallanger 1973]