move   
mamalo
to move anything [Richardson 1885]
mamindra
to remove, to transfer, to transcribe, to transplant, to step, to walk. [Richardson 1885]
to move; to walk (esp. of a child) [Hallanger 1973]
manilika
to push away, to move further off; to charge a fault upon another. Generally used of a single thing pushed away. [Richardson 1885]
manofokofoka
to move or agitate something repeatedly [Hallanger 1973]
midiso
to move, to change place, to be put back (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
mifanaritaka
tu run away in directions; to move around in many directions as crowd; to be disorder [Hallanger 1973]
mifindra
to remove, to change place, to migrate [Richardson 1885]
to move, to change place [Hallanger 1973]
mifindrafindra
to move about [Richardson 1885]
mifindra fonenana
mihalohalo
to move, to be suspended, to look at from a distance, to be insufficient to fill a space; to be at liberty, to go about here and there. [Richardson 1885]
mihisatra
to move slowly, as a canoe touching bottom [Hallanger 1973]
mikaretsaka
to pass or move rapidly [Hallanger 1973]