Malagasy, Plateau

Conjugate Verbs

Facts

  • Language: Malagasy, Plateau
  • Alternate names: Malagasy, Malgache, Official Malagasy, Standard Malagasy
  • Language code: plt
  • Language family: Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Greater Barito, East, Malagasy
  • Number of speakers: 7520000
  • Script:

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