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anaka
a child, the young of anything; any one treated with affection; an affectionate and respectful mode of address. Avia, anaka, Come, child. This word anaka is also always used in the provinces where [Richardson 1885]
a child [Hallanger 1973]
ankizy
a child, children, servants, youths of both sexes. [Richardson 1885]
a child, children [Hallanger 1973]
bodo
infantile, childish, young, simple; in one's dotage. [Mal. Bodoh.] This word is frequently given to a female infant before it is designated by a chosen name, and is sometimes retained as a woman's name, or a prefix, as the name of the first Ranavalona, viz. Rabodonandrianampoinimerina. [Richardson 1885]
bodobodony
childish, behaving in a childish manner. [Richardson 1885]
dimby
succession, substitution, change; a child. See solo, sosoka [Richardson 1885]
fahazaza
at the time of one's childhood [Richardson 1885]
when one was a child [Hallanger 1973]
fanjai-kely
fig. a child. [Richardson 1885]
fara
the last; offspring, children, an heir, succession, progeny. [Ar. fark, pulus (=furar). Comp. the Heb. par, a calf, a young bull; Germ. farr; also the Heb. bar, son, and the whole group of words from the same root (as parah=barah; Sansk. bhri (Zend. bara); Gr. phero; Lat. fero=Eng. bear, etc.] [Richardson 1885]
the last; the supreme; a descendant, a child [Hallanger 1973]
fara sy dimby
children [Richardson 1885]
a child, children [Hallanger 1973]
sombinaina
zanaka
a child, offspring; the young of animals [Hallanger 1973]
zanaka amam-para
children. [Richardson 1885]
zaza
a child [Hallanger 1973]
zaza rano
a very young child. [Richardson 1885]