closed   
akatona
to be closed, as a door [Hallanger 1973]
akombona
to be closed, to be brought together, to be shut as the lips, a book, etc [Hallanger 1973]
apika
used of an umbrella or pocket-knife to be closed. [Richardson 1885]
to be closed, as a pocket knife or an umbrella [Hallanger 1973]
arindrina
to be closed [Hallanger 1973]
bada
barren, sterile, used of fat cattle; closed up, obstructed, impeded. [Richardson 1885]
badana
to be closed up, to be obstructed. (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
bahanana
to be closed up, to be blocked up, to be impeded, to be hindered. (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
hidiana
to be closed, to be locked [Hallanger 1973]
mifeny
(rel ifene'na.) To be in safe keeping, to be closed, as packets, etc. (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
mikatona
to be closed (of a door) [Hallanger 1973]
pihina
to be closed, as a pocket knife or an umbrella [Hallanger 1973]
voabada
closed up as a road, etc [Richardson 1885]
voafahitra
enclosed, made into a pen or fold; closed, as a door [Richardson 1885]
voahirina
to be closed (generally used of the eyes and mouth of the dead) [Hallanger 1973]