there   
any
there, in that place, but distant and unseen. The past tense is tany, and the future ho any. [Richardson 1885]
there, fairly far away not visible; [Hallanger 1973]
ao
there, in that place, in; usually means in a place where the object is not seen. Past, tao; future, ho ao. See any, eo. [Richardson 1885]
there (not in sight) [Hallanger 1973]
aroa
there very far away (not in sight) [Hallanger 1973]
arỳ
there, yonder, signifying a distant place not seen. [Richardson 1885]
there far away (not in sight) [Hallanger 1973]
eny
there, not too far away (in sight); [Hallanger 1973]
eroa
there far away (in sight) [Hallanger 1973]
erỳ
there quite far away (in sight) [Hallanger 1973]
hatreny
[eny, there.] as far as there. [Richardson 1885]
inay
there! Behold! O that! Would that! Hark! List! Used of some one drawing near but not yet in sight. [Richardson 1885]
there! oh that! [Hallanger 1973]
indreny
behold! There! Lo! Here they are. A plural form. [Richardson 1885]
there they are! [Hallanger 1973]
indreo
there they are! plural of indro [Hallanger 1973]
indretsy
there they are! [Hallanger 1973]
indro
behold! look! there he (she, it) is! [Hallanger 1973]
indrỳ
look! there it is! [Hallanger 1973]
injany
there he (she, it) is! (close at hand) [same as [Hallanger 1973]
injao
there! [Hallanger 1973]
injay
there he (she, it) is! (close at hand) [same as [Hallanger 1973]
tao
teny
terỳ
tety