feeble   
anti-panahy
a feeble old man, or woman. [Richardson 1885]
arafoka
to be made fragile or feeble. (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
boreraka
loose, untidy, weak, feeble. See [Richardson 1885]
dabo-drano
[rano, water] young, not full grown, feeble. Applied to ducks [Richardson 1885]
garera
feeble, imbecile, weak. See [Richardson 1885]
gorera
weak, infirm, feeble, delicate [Richardson 1885]
gorerarera
weak, infirm, feeble, delicate [Richardson 1885]
jorery
weak, feeble [Richardson 1885]
mafonty
soft, tender; feeble, pliant. (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
marofy
ill, feeble [Hallanger 1973]
miborera
to be weak, to be feeble, to be loose, to be slack; to be cowardly; to be untidy, to be slovenly in one's dress; to be on the point of settling on the ground, as a bird [Richardson 1885]
migarerarera
to be feeble, to be weak [Richardson 1885]
migodragodra
being feeble about the joints. [Richardson 1885]
ojy
suffering, in pain, feeble. Comp. osa, jaly, ory [Richardson 1885]
osa
feeble, weak; coward [Hallanger 1973]
saozanina
weak, feeble, recovering from an illness [Richardson 1885]