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badobadony
compact; well proportioned, as a horse, plump as a young woman; chubby, as children. [Richardson 1885]
balangony
same as badobadony, but chiefly used of children. Plump, well set, compact. See botrabotra. [Richardson 1885]
bofona
chubby, plump, sturdy. Sometimes it is used as an appellative expressing fondness and familiarity, a child being addressed as Ibofona, or Rabofona. [Richardson 1885]
bolangina
plump, chubby, fat, sleek, well-conditioned. Used mostly of children. See [Richardson 1885]
bonanaka
plump, fat. See botrabotra, dongadonga [Richardson 1885]
fatro
full made, plump and strong; applied to young people. See botra, donga. [Richardson 1885]
fatrofatro
full made, plump and strong; applied to young people. See botra, donga. [Richardson 1885]
mibotataka
to be fat, to be plump, to be sturdy [Richardson 1885]