Entry bongo
Part of speech noun
Explanations in Malagasy  [Rajemisa 1985] [Sakalava] Fitsimponana ny sisa tsy voaotin' ny mpioty kabaro

Entry bongo
Part of speech noun
Explanations in French  [Abinal 1888] biens dépensés par le maître; testament, contrat changés par ceux qui en avaient le droit

Entry bongo
Part of speech adjective
Explanations in Malagasy  [Rajemisa 1985] Enti-milaza ny tarehy na ny maso toa mivonto mivindimbindina: Bongo endrika izy ~ Bongo maso ny zandrinao fa mahery mitomany
Explanations in English  [Hallanger 1973] swollen
Explanations in French  [Abinal 1888, Hallanger 1974] boursouflé
  [Abinal 1888] gonflé
Vocabulary 
Derivations 
Compound words, titles, names 
Examples  [Fox: Hainteny, number 364] Aferon-kena mangidy ela tsy nahita tava ka bongo maso
Quotes 

Entry bongo
Part of speech noun
Explanations in Malagasy  [Rajemisa 1985] sombin-tany mivaingana
Explanations in English  [Hallanger 1973] a small mound
Explanations in French  [David: Dialectes (takila B)] [Tankarana] montagne, plateau
  [Abinal 1888, Hallanger 1974] mamelon
Other spellings 

Entry bongo
Part of speech noun
Explanations in Malagasy  [Rajemisa 1985] Anarana ilazana ireo fakofako sy zavatra malemilemy angonin' ny biby sasany mba hilafihany
¶ Trano na lava-boalavo ipetrahany
¶ Trano tsizarizary sady iva: Trano bongo
Explanations in English  [Hallanger 1973] a hut, a nest
Explanations in French  [Abinal 1888, Hallanger 1974] hutte, cabane
  [Abinal 1888] nid
Compound words, titles, names 
Examples  [Andraina: I Vola, page 42] Hotely bongo teny Isotry no nisakafoako antoandro.

Entry bongo
Part of speech noun
Explanations in Malagasy  [Rakotosaona 1975] [Sihanaka] tapakazo, vatan-kazo tapaka
Explanations in French  [Abinal 1888] une touffe de plantes
  [Hallanger 1974] tuffe
Vocabulary 

Entry bongo
Part of speech noun
Explanations in Malagasy  [Rajemisa 1985] Anaran-kazo fakana loko mainty handokoana landy na kofehy, ary nampiasaina koa ho fanafody
¶ Hazo madinika akana heza fampandairana loko
Explanations in English  [Richardson 1885] a shrub used for dyeing silk black, or put in the water in which silk is washed in order to give it a firmer texture. it is also used as a remedy for syphilis. Dionychia bojeri, Naud. ; also a species of plectronia (?)
Explanations in French  [Abinal 1888] arbuste dont on tire un mordant pour la teinture. Dionychia bojeri, Naud.
  [Boiteau 1997] Nom générique des arbres ou arbustes formant des touffes arrondies. Ce sont principalement, dans les divers dialectes.
¶  [Betsileo, Merina] Dionychia bojeri Naudin (Melastomaceae), Garcinia pauciflora Baker et Ochrocarpos orthocladus (Baker) H. Perrier (Clusiaceae).
¶  [Bezanozano] Ochrocarpos bongo R. Vig. & Humbert , Ochrocarpos perrieri R. Vig. & Humbert, Rheedia excelsa R. Vig. & Humbert (Clusiaceae), Danais latisepala Homolle, Danais lyallii Baker et Danais verticillata Baker (Rubiaceae).
¶  [Sihanaka] Danais latisepala Homolle, Danais hispida Baker, Danais verticillata Baker (Rubiaceae).
¶  [Betsimisaraka] Rheedia madagascariensis (Planch. & Triana) H. Perrier (Clusiaceae).
Vocabulary 
Scientific name Danais hispida, Danais latisepala, Danais lyallii, Danais verticillata, Garcinia pauciflora, Ochrocarpos bongo, Ochrocarpos orthocladus, Ochrocarpos perrieri, Rheedia excelsa, Rheedia madagascariensis

Updated on 2020/07/31