fall   
ahintsana
to be shaken off as fruit from a tree; to fall off as leaves; to fall out as hair [Hallanger 1973]
dalaboboka
concussion, a violent fall. See [Richardson 1885]
fararano
mandavo
to cast down, to cause to fall [Hallanger 1973]
mianjera
to fall down by itself [Hallanger 1973]
miankarapoka
to fall down at full length [Hallanger 1973]
miboraraka
to gush forth, to flow down in a mass, to be spilled in abundance, to fall in great quantity, as water [Richardson 1885]
midaboboka
to fall with violence; to dash upon [Richardson 1885]
midabodaboka
to fall frequently, as drunken men or persons on a slippery road, or as goods falling down; to lie about here and there in a house; to fall down, as embankments after rain [Richardson 1885]
midaboka
to fall, to fall against, to strike, to hit with violence, to lie down [Richardson 1885]
midalaboboka
to fall violently, to dash [Richardson 1885]
midaraboka
to fall with violence, to dash upon [Richardson 1885]
mifetsaka
to tumble down, to fall, to strike against, to hit. [Richardson 1885]
mifofoka
to tumble down, to fall down. [Richardson 1885]
mifona
To fall out, as the milk teeth. [Richardson 1885]
miforara
to fall down at full length; to lose, not to win. See tsirara. [Richardson 1885]
migororoana
to fall upon, to flow upon. [Richardson 1885]
mihemotra
to draw back; to fall back into evil ways [Hallanger 1973]
mihintsana
to fall when ripe or withered; to fall out, as hair or feathers [Hallanger 1973]
mikoa
to cave in, to fall off in pieces [Hallanger 1973]
milatsaka
to fall, to drop, to lower, to enter [Richardson 1885]
to fall down; to join up as a soldier, a member of something, etc [Hallanger 1973]
miongotra
to be pulled up; to fall out, as hair or feathers [Hallanger 1973]
miozina
to be inclined to fall [Richardson 1885]
miozinozina
to fall to right and left, as the mast of a ship [Richardson 1885]
mipotrapotraka
to fall in heavy drops [Hallanger 1973]
miraraka
to spill; to fall off; to be scattered [Hallanger 1973]
mirodana
to fall down, as a wall [Hallanger 1973]
mirotsaka
to fall; to join up, to offer one's services [Hallanger 1973]