squat   
miboretaka
to be soft, to be watery, to be spongy, as mud, clay, or dough; to hang down, as branches; to be idle, to cower down, to squat upon the ground; to shirk, to lounge about instead of working [Richardson 1885]
mibotetaka
to be low, to sit down low, to squat, to grow low and shrubby [Richardson 1885]
mitakoko
to squat; to sit disconsolately [Hallanger 1973]