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antitra
mature, ripe, aged, old, permanent, durable, gone through with, completed, perfected; deep as applied to colours; old in the sense of used up, or worn out, as a pen, a coat, etc. [Richardson 1885]
ilovina
very deep. Probably the passive from ilo, meaning something so deep as to require a torch to see the bottom. [Richardson 1885]
lalina
deep [Richardson 1885, Hallanger 1973]
lalin-tsaina
deep, profound, sagacious, shrewd, sensible. Lalin-kevitra is also used [Richardson 1885]
nofosana
fig. deep, productive, rich, as applied to soil. [Richardson 1885]
tsy hita noanoa
[tsy hita, not seen.] very deep. [Richardson 1885]