Teny iditra za-
Sokajin-teny endritenin' ny hoe zatra
Fanazavàna teny frantsay abréviation de zatra [Abinal 1888]
Kamban-teny, lohateny, anarana 
1Za-dratsy izy (Il est mal habitué, il a de mauvaises habitudes) [Abinal 1888, takila 869]
2Za-miasa izy (Il a l'habitude du travail) [Abinal 1888, takila 869]
3Tsy mbola za-tany izy (Il n'est pas encore accoutumé au pays, il n'est pas encore acclimaté) [Abinal 1888, takila 869]

Teny iditra za~
Sokajin-teny tovona [Teny amin' ny za~]
Fanazavàna teny malagasy Tovona fanaovana fototeny faharoa, izay anarana milaza olona: Zatovo (tovo), zalahy (lahy) [Rajemisa 1985]
Fanazavàna teny frantsay préfixe qui sert à former des radicaux secondaires: zazirika, fait d'être debout, immobile, du radical zirika, même sens [Beaujard 1998]
Mpanahaka  zalahy ~ zatovo ~ zavavy

Teny iditra ~za~
Sokajin-teny tsofoka [Teny amin' ny ~za~]
Fanazavàna teny frantsay infixe qui sert à désigner des lieux plus ou moins cachés à la vue: itsy -> izatsy [Rajemisa: Grammaire]
Mpanahaka  izany ~ izao ~ izarỳ ~ izaroa ~ izatỳ ~ izato ~ izatony ~ izatsy ~ izatsony

Teny iditra za
Sokajin-teny anarana
Fanazavàna teny anglisy the baobab tree [Hallanger 1973]
Fanazavàna teny frantsay  [Tandroy] baobab [Rakotosaona 1975]
 le baobab [Hallanger 1974]
 baobab ( Adansonia suarezensis) (synonym reniala) [Rajaonarimanana 1995]
Fanazavàna teny anglisy  Adansonia za has several common names, for example, za or "zabe" in the south and bozy or "bozybe" in the north, and "ringy" or "boringy" in the Ambongo region (Perrier de la Bâthie, 1955). Little is known about the human exploitation of Adansonia za, but Jumelle & Perrier de la Bâthie (19112) reported that the seeds are eaten and the trunk is sometimes hollowed out as a cistern for storing water. Perrier de la Bâthie (19526) mentioned that the seedling roots are an edible vegetable, and Miege ) reported that A. za is destroyed by ranchers so that their cattle can feed on the moist wood.

In view of the extensive geographical range, Adansonia za is conservationally secure, despite the fact that several local populations are endangered by forest clearance. Adansonia za has diverse interactions with animals: it provides nesting sites for birds, holes for carnivores and lemurs (M. Nicoll, pers. comm.); perches for territorial surveillance and display by birds and the sportive lemur (Lepilemur sp.); many insects feed on the leaves, sap, nectar, and pollen; sunbirds (Nectarinia souimanga) feed on nectar; sifaka (Propithecus verrauxi verrauxi) feed on flower buds; and fork-marked lemurs (Phaner furcifer) feed on exuded gum (Petter et al., 1975). [http://www.buzau.com/baobab/za.htm]

Mpanahaka  baobaba ~ bozy ~ reniala ~ zaha
Haianarantany Anaran-toerana misy ity teny za ity (2): Zandroe, Zantelo

Teny iditra Za
Sokajin-teny anarana (lohatenin' boky na seho an-tsehatra)
Mpanoratra Raharimanana Jean-Luc, 2008
Fanonta printy 2008. Ambainy: 14,5cm. Haavony: 19cm. Takila: 304. Philippe Rey.
Tsanganana sy sary iray takila Ny lohateny rehetra

Nohavaozina tamin' ny 2021/04/19