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dia
a footstep, a mark. [Probably connected with Swa. njia, or ndia, a path, a road] [Richardson 1885]
famantarana
sign, an indication, a mark, a symptom. [Richardson 1885]
a sign, an indication, a mark [Hallanger 1973]
fangitra
a curved mark or sign, a curved outline, a boundary, an indication. It is not used of a parallelogram. See faritra. [Richardson 1885]
fango
a sign, an indication, a distinguishing mark. (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
faritra
a mark, an outline, a defined boundary, extent [Richardson 1885]
girigirika
a small mark or point; [Hallanger 1973]
hirigirika
a small mark or point; [Hallanger 1973]
mamangitra
to mark out, to place boundary lines. In the provinces it means to cut, to clip, to dress the edges of anything, to cut a book. [Richardson 1885]
manamarika
to mark; to take note of [Hallanger 1973]
manoritra
to mark off; to divid by marks [Hallanger 1973]
marika
a sign or mark [Hallanger 1973]
Marka
Marka [Baiboly]
Mark [Baiboly]
Marka
Marka: [Baiboly]
Mark: [Baiboly]
orimbato
a mark, a token, an obelisk, a memorial of any settlement or agreement, proof, a stone of witness; lit. stone setting up. [Richardson 1885]
soritra
a mark, a trace, a line [Hallanger 1973]