Entry gidro
Part of speech noun
Explanations in Malagasy karazam-biby mitovitovy habe amin' ny saka saingy izy lava rambo ary ny tarehiny manana toetra ifandraisany amin' ny olona [Rajemisa 1985]
Explanations in English a grey species of lemur, the mongoose lemur. Lemur mongoz, L. Also loosely used for other species, as L. catta, Lepilemur mustelinus, etc. See amboanala. [Comp. Swa. ngedere, a species of monkey; Ar. qird, an ape.] [Richardson 1885]
 any monkey-like creature [Hallanger 1973]
Explanations in French plusieurs espèces de makis, surtout le noir-gris. Prosienia mongoz [Abinal 1888]
Explanations in English crowned lemur (Eulemur coronatus)
¶ mongoose lemur (Eulemur mongoz) [Mittermeier: Lemurs]
Explanations in French maki (gris noir) [Rajemisa: Vakoka]
 singe ou lémurien [Hallanger 1974]
 lémur couronné (Eulemur coronatus)
¶ lémur mongoz (Eulemur mongoz) [Mittermeier: Lemurs]
Vocabulary 
Scientific name Eulemur coronatus, Eulemur fulvus, Eulemur mongoz, Lemur catta, Lemur mongoz, Lepilemur mustelinus, Prosienia mongoz
Tables and plates The Lemurs
Illustrations 

Entry gidro
Part of speech noun
Explanations in Malagasy Olona ratsy tarehy [Rajemisa 1985]
Explanations in French laid, figure de singe [Abinal 1888]
 Se disait des gens laids [Veyrières 1913]

Entry gidro
Part of speech noun
Explanations in Malagasy Feon-javatra mifampikasoka ka midridridridry, mifandilotra [Rajemisa 1985]
Explanations in English a creaking noise somewhat louder than dridridridry [Richardson 1885]
Explanations in French grincement, le bruit du frottement, le craquement, le cri des rats [Abinal 1888]
Vocabulary 
Derivations 
Synonyms gidrogidro ~ gidroka

Entry gidro
Part of speech noun
Explanations in Malagasy  [Bara] safiafy [Rakotosaona 1975]

Updated on 2020/10/10