tied   
adrakadraka
used of that which is badly tied or badly arranged, as goods or hair. [Richardson 1885]
agedragedra
used of a cord tied loosely. [Richardson 1885]
aompana
to be tied to. [Richardson 1885]
dadimina
to be encircled or wreathed by a climbing plant, to be tied, to be twisted [Richardson 1885]
fehezina
to be tied, to be knotted, to be overruled, to be governed, to be managed. [Richardson 1885]
to be tied; to be governed [Hallanger 1973]
gaihina
to be tied, to be bound, to be confined. [Richardson 1885]
gedra
loosely tied; fatigued, tired. [Richardson 1885]
gedragedra
loosely tied; fatigued, tired. [Richardson 1885]
gedragedraina
to be loosely tied. [Richardson 1885]
gehezina
to be tied, to be bound, to be forced, to be pressed. [Richardson 1885]
gehina
to be tied, to be bound, to be confined, to be forced, to be constrained [Richardson 1885]
mifatotra
to be tied; to be in prison [Hallanger 1973]
migaika
tied, bound, confined. [Richardson 1885]
migedragedra
to be loosely tied. [Richardson 1885]
migehy
tied, fastened. [Richardson 1885]
miompana
connected, tied. [Richardson 1885]
voafehy
tied, knotted, controlled, managed. [Richardson 1885]
voafinty
tied up. See [Richardson 1885]
voagaika
tied, squeezed, grappled, grasped. [Richardson 1885]
voagehy
tied firmly, grasped, squeezed [Richardson 1885]
voaompana
tied fast to, fastened to, securely connected with. [Richardson 1885]