Entry avona
Part of speech noun
Explanations in Malagasy Fiheverana ny tena ho ambony ka manao ny sasany ho tsinontsinona: Vonton' ny avony ny anao lahy ka mahatsikaiky indray
¶ Eboebo, tohatoha, dohadoha: Ny avon' ny firinga mievotra
¶ Anjonanjona: Tsy azoko leferina ny avony
¶ Tsy firaharahana ny hafa: Nandray ahy tamin' avona ilay olona nefa tsy norahorahaiko [Rajemisa 1985]
Explanations in English pride, haughtiness, arrogance. See anjonanjona, eboebo, rehareha. The reduplicated form is most generally used. [Richardson 1885]
Vocabulary 
Derivations 
Morphology 
avona
avoko
avonao
avony
avontsika
avonay
avonareo
avon'
avon-
avom-
avo-
Synonyms avonavona ~ anjonanjona ~ dohadoha ~ eboebo ~ rehareha ~ tohatoha
Compound words, titles, names 
Examples 
1Nony efa niala, Tsy afa-nitondra afa-tsy hery sy avona. [Rabearivelo: Tsy embona]
2nefa raha hanao fitia mifono avona ianao, aleo misaraka; [Rajemisa: Fiteny 3]
3Rentsika teo ny teniny nampitondrainy an-dRasalimo zanany vavy, feno avona sy fihantsiana. [Randriamamonjy: Ombalahibemaso]
4Aza malahelo, hono, rahavako, fa raha mibarera elatra toa hipetraka, hono, izy, tsy fitia fa avona; [Rajaonarivelo: Angolangola]
Quotes 

Entry avona
Part of speech noun
Explanations in Malagasy Akalam-bay, votoatiny [Rajemisa 1985]
Explanations in English the core of boils. (Prov.) See akalana. [Richardson 1885]
Explanations in French  [Tankarana] bourbillon des furoncles. [David: Dialectes (takila A)]
Vocabulary 

Entry avona (vona)
Part of speech passive verb
Explanations in Malagasy Asiana vòna: Avonao isaky ny iray metatra io tady io [Rajemisa 1985]
Morphology 
avona
avoko
avonao
avony
avontsika
avonay
avonareo
avon'
avon-
avom-
avo-
navona
navoko
navonao
navony
navontsika
navonay
navonareo
navon'
navon-
navom-
navo-
havona
havoko
havonao
havony
havontsika
havonay
havonareo
havon'
havon-
havom-
havo-
avonao

Updated on 2022/04/21