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antsambotra
a jump, a spring; jumping at, so as to obtain something out of reach. See [Richardson 1885]
bitaka
a bound, a jump, a spring of the body made in giving expression to joy or exultation; a dance in warlike orations expressing defiance. [Richardson 1885]
a leap, a jump [Hallanger 1973]
havatravatra
a leap, a spring, a jump, a start. [Richardson 1885]
miantsambotra
to jump, to spring up at, to fly at one. [Richardson 1885]
to leap up, to jump, to start [Hallanger 1973]
mibitaka
to jump or dance for joy, to dance and brandish spear and shield, as is done at times of public rejoicing. [Richardson 1885]
to jump for joy [Hallanger 1973]
mitroatra
to jump about; to be carried away by anger [Hallanger 1973]
mitsambikina
to jump, to leap [Hallanger 1973]
mivikina
to leap, to jump [Hallanger 1973]
tsambikina
a leap, a jump [Hallanger 1973]
vikina
a jump, a leap [Hallanger 1973]