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borisana
to be cut off, as the end of a board with a saw (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
didiana
to be cut, to be ordered [Richardson 1885]
to be cut [Hallanger 1973]
didy
a cut [Richardson 1885, Hallanger 1973]
dimbana
also, in the provinces, notched, chipped, cut, defaced [Richardson 1885]
faranana
to be cut off at the end; to be ended; to be limited [Hallanger 1973]
faterana
to be cut so as to draw blood. (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
firaina
to be cut, to be reaped. [Richardson 1885]
folonana
to be cut off, to be made to lose the tail, a finger, etc. [Richardson 1885]
hentitra
sharply cut off; definite, clear. [Hallanger 1973]
hetezana
to have one's hair cut; to be cut with scissors [Hallanger 1973]
jinjaina
to be reaped, to be cut down [Hallanger 1973]
kapaina
to be cut, as a tree [Hallanger 1973]
laingosana
to be cut at the tip, to be cropped [Richardson 1885]
mahalaitra
to be able to penetrate, to be able to cut; to make an impression on someone; to be able to endure suffering [Hallanger 1973]
mamangitra
to mark out, to place boundary lines. In the provinces it means to cut, to clip, to dress the edges of anything, to cut a book. [Richardson 1885]
mambory
to shorten, to cut off the end [Hallanger 1973]
mamolona
to cut off the tail or some other member. [Richardson 1885]
mandandana
to beat or cut upon a board, to beat on an anvil (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
mandidy
to cut, to command, to order [Richardson 1885]
to cut [Hallanger 1973]
mandina
to cut a piece off [Richardson 1885]
manety
to cut with scissors; to give a haircut [Hallanger 1973]
manivaka
to cut across, to take a shortcut [Hallanger 1973]
mibory
to be cropped, to be shorn, to be pulled, as the head, to be cut off, as the horns or tail [Richardson 1885]
mididy
cut in a groove [Richardson 1885]
mifira
to cut down, to reap, to fell; to kick with the heel. [Richardson 1885]
mifirafira
to hack, to cut in a careless manner, as the cutting of a carcase of beef with a sword, etc. [Richardson 1885]
mihety
to have one's hair cut [Hallanger 1973]
mijinja
to reap, to cut down [Hallanger 1973]
mikapa
to cut a tree; to cut wood [Hallanger 1973]
mitapaka
to be broken in the middle; to be cut in half [Hallanger 1973]
tapahina
to be broken off, to be cut; to be decided to be settled [Hallanger 1973]
voaboritra
having had the end cut off, as a plank or a board [Richardson 1885]
voadidy
cut, commanded [Richardson 1885]
voafandraka
cut by a chisel, morticed [Richardson 1885]
voafatitra
incised, cut [Richardson 1885]
voafira
to be cut, to be struck. [Richardson 1885]