carried   
alavorary
to be carried out, to be well done [Hallanger 1973]
babalaina
to be carried roughly. Prov. For BETALAINA. [Richardson 1885]
bohoina
to be carried on the back. (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
dronodronaina
to be carried roughly, as when taken to a place of execution. [Richardson 1885]
fairina
to be taken, to be carried [Richardson 1885]
faohina
to be carried off, as by a bird of prey [Richardson 1885]
to be carried off [Hallanger 1973]
genagenaina
to be worn loosely, to be carried carefully. [Richardson 1885]
indaosina
to be carried, to be taken. [Richardson 1885]
indaozina
to be carried, to be taken. [Richardson 1885]
lanjaina
to be weighed; to be carried on the shoulders [Richardson 1885]
to be weighed; to be carried on the shoulder; to be considered [Hallanger 1973]
lasana
gone, departed, carried off [Hallanger 1973]
paohina
to be snatched, to be carried off [Hallanger 1973]
sakalehina
to be carried under the arm, to be escorted on the arm [Hallanger 1973]
tafionjona
lifted up, carried [Richardson 1885]
tarazoina
to be carried on one end of a pole, in contradistinction to [Richardson 1885]
tatao
something carried on the head; something placed on top [Hallanger 1973]
tataovina
to be carried on the head [Hallanger 1973]
vimbinina
to be carried in the hand; to be protected [Hallanger 1973]
voabena
lifted, raised, removed, carried carefully. [Richardson 1885]
voabeta
lifted up with the hands, raised, carried, removed. [Richardson 1885]
voalanja
weighed; carried on the shoulders [Richardson 1885]