Entry bakobako (bako)
Part of speech adjective
Explanations in Malagasy  [Rajemisa 1985] bako (tsara bika); bako (valabalaka)
Explanations in English  [Richardson 1885] well formed, well shaped
¶ delicate, weary, exhausted. See bikana.
Explanations in French  [Abinal 1888] bien fait
¶ fatiguĂ©
Synonyms bako
Examples  [Andriamalala: Zazavavindrano] indro tovovavy bakobako amin' ny volony lava hatreny am-paladia hany solom-pitafiany, no nitsiky taminy tamin' ny endrika meva sady sariaka.

Entry bakobako
Part of speech noun
Explanations in Malagasy  [Rakotosaona 1975] [Betsimisaraka] lolo, karazam-biby manan'elatra
¶ anaram-biby lehibe noheverina ho nisy taty fahiny, ratsy tarehy
Explanations in French  [Houlder 1895] biby lehibe ratsy tarehy izay heverin' ny Malagasy ho nisy taty Madagasikara (lalomena?)
Explanations in English  [Richardson 1885] [Provincial] a savage animal resembling the ass or zebra. Probably the songomby, a mythical animal
Explanations in French  [David: Dialectes (takila B)] [Tankarana] sorte d'animal sauvage comme un âne.
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Updated on 2021/04/25