shallow   
barabara saina
shallow, trifling, silly, having no brains. [Richardson 1885]
bebaka
shallow, used of a tub, a basket, or a pot. See [Richardson 1885]
dabebaka
shallow, applied to baskets; full-cheeked, as a child. See bebaka, tabebaka [Richardson 1885]
hafaladia
Up to the sole of the foot; shallow [Richardson 1885]
marivo
shallow [Hallanger 1973]
mibebaka
to be flattened, to be shallow, to be sunk in; to be dejected about one's self [Richardson 1885]
tabebaka
short and spacious. Chiefly applied to baskets: rather short, shallow, or dwarfish. [Richardson 1885]
talesaka
wide and shallow, as a platter or tray [Hallanger 1973]
tasitasy
shallow; applied chiefly to plates [Richardson 1885]