Languages

Malagasy, Plateau

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Introduction

Malagasy, Plateau is a language of Madagascar. It is spoken in Central. Also in Comoros (Malagasy), Mayotte (Malagasy), Réunion (Malagasy), United States. .

Dialects

Betsileo, Bezanozano, Merina, Sihanaka, Tanala, Vakinankaritra. The most similar language outside Madagascar is Ma’anyan (See: Ma’anyan?) in south Borneo (Kalimantan, Indonesia).

The Malagasy, Plateau Verb

Sample Verbs

to biteman-aikitra
to blowmi-tsóka
to breathemi-fóka
to burnman-dóro
to buymi-vídy
to chewmi-hóta
to choosemi-fídy
to climbmi-ákatra
to comeávy, tónga
to cookma-hándro
to countman-ísa
to crymi-t-om-ány
to cut, hackma-nápaka
to die, be deadmáty
to digmi-hády
to dreamma-nófy
to drinkmi-sótro
to eath-óm-ana
to falllávo
to feartáhotra
to flowmi-válana
to flyma-nídina
to growmi-tómbo
to hearman-dré[ni]
to hidema-nítrika
to hitma-mély
to holdmi-házona, mi-tána
to huntmi-háza
to killma-móno
to know, be knowledgeablemaha-lála
to laughhéhy
to lie downm-ándry
to live, be alivemi-áina
to open, uncoverma-móha
to plantmam-bóly
to pound, beatmi-tóto
to saymi-tény
to scratchmi-háotra
to seema-híta
to sewman-jáitra
to shootmi-tífitra
to sitma-metraka, mipetraka
to sleepma-tóry
to sniff, smellmi-tróka
to spitman-dróra
to splitma-máky
to squeezema-mía
to stab, pierceman-dóaka
to standmi-tsángana
to stealmang-álatra
to suckmi-tséntsitra
to swellmi-bóntsina
to swiml-om-áno, milomano
to thinkmi-hévitra
to throwmi-tóraka
to tie up, fastenmi-féhy
to turnvíly
to walkman-déha
to vomitman-dóa
to workmi-ása
to yawnman-óaka

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