sunk   
alentika
to be sunk, to be submerged [Hallanger 1973]
arendrika
melted, to be sunk or wrecked [Hallanger 1973]
atambotsotra
demba
sunk, yielded, given way, as the lips when the front teeth are lost; turned on the edge, as a knife, axe, etc., when the metal is too soft, or as the horns of oxen, one of which hangs a little, or a clay vessel warped by the rays of the sun [Richardson 1885]
dempa
sunk, yielded, given way, as the lips when the front teeth are lost; turned on the edge, as a knife, axe, etc., when the metal is too soft, or as the horns of oxen, one of which hangs a little, or a clay vessel warped by the rays of the sun [Richardson 1885]
fezahina
to be made to be sunk in, as the stomach from want of food; to be flattened, made to sink, etc., as clay or mortar. [Richardson 1885]
voatandatsaka
lowered, sunk [Richardson 1885]