removed   
ala
without, on the outside of, removed, freed from. Much used in making compound words and phrases. See afaka, aka, isotra, saraka. [Richardson 1885]
alana
to have something taken from so as to be reduced in number or quantity; removed, taken off or out, as a lamba, a tooth, etc. This form is similar to the relative of miala. [Richardson 1885]
to be removed [Hallanger 1973]
esorina
to be removed [Hallanger 1973]
sorohina
to be dodged to be cleared (of ground); to be removed [Hallanger 1973]
voabena
lifted, raised, removed, carried carefully. [Richardson 1885]
voabeta
lifted up with the hands, raised, carried, removed. [Richardson 1885]
voafindra
removed, transplanted, translated, transcribed. [Richardson 1885]
voala
removed, taken away, released, fetched, withdrawn, freed from. [Richardson 1885]