laid   
atodizana
to be laid (of an egg) [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]
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]

laid   
gidro
laid, figure de singe [Abinal 1888]
Se disait des gens laids [Veyrières 1913]
tavan' arosy
littéral figure de canard ; vilain, laid [Abinal 1888]