dead   
afaka aina
Deprived of life, dead. [Richardson 1885]
afak-aina
[aina, life.] Deprived of life, dead. [Richardson 1885]
dangy
dead, lifeless; stopped, as water [Richardson 1885]
fallen down dead, laid out flat [Hallanger 1973]
jihitra
dead; numb from cold [Hallanger 1973]
latsaka
fallen down; fallen in, to fill a certain space; entered to be a scholar in a school, a soldier, etc.; laid, as bricks, stonework, etc.; not enough; fig. dead [Richardson 1885]
maty
dead, gone out as a lamp, or a fire [Richardson 1885]
dead [Hallanger 1973]
miatatra
to eat voraciously or ravenously; to weep much; to be confounded; to be dead. [Richardson 1885]
njingitra
dead. In the provinces it means isolated, solitary. [Richardson 1885]
sira latsaka an-drano ka tsy himpody intsony
used in speaking of the dead; lit. salt having fallen in the water and will never be salt again [Richardson 1885]
vita
completed, finished; dead: tsy vita tsy ifanakonana (it takes cooperation to do the job) [Hallanger 1973]