rice   
akotry
rice in the husk, paddy rice. [Richardson 1885]
paddy or unhulled rice [Hallanger 1973]
ampango
the burnt rice which sticks to the bottom of a cooking-pot on which water is poured. [Richardson 1885]
burnt rice sticking to the pot [Hallanger 1973]
ampangoro
rice so cooked that the water has been well evaporated, and there arises a fragrant smell from it. [Richardson 1885]
rice boiled dry and fragrant [Hallanger 1973]
angika
a variety of rice. The provincial words are angeka, and angeky. See rojo. [Richardson 1885]
botri-vaventy
[vaventy, large] a variety of rice [Richardson 1885]
fim-bary
[vary, rice.] A bundle of rice. [Richardson 1885]
fotsimbary
peeled rice, rice cleared from the husk as distinguished from akotry. [Richardson 1885]
white rice cleaned and ready for cooking [Hallanger 1973]
idim-bary
provincial word for rice-plants. See ketsa. [Richardson 1885]
laoka
any relish, or meat eaten with rice. On the coast it almost always means fish or vegetables. [Mal. ikan, fish; Borneo lank] [Richardson 1885]
meat, fish, vegetables, etc eaten with rice [Hallanger 1973]
makalioka
sosoa
rice cooked soft with much water, usually served at breakfast [Hallanger 1973]
taninketsa
the seedbed where young rice plants are grown [Hallanger 1973]
varialoha
vary
rice [Hallanger 1973]
vary afara
the second crop of rice [Hallanger 1973]
vary ampangoro
rice cooked dry and fragrant [Hallanger 1973]
vary fotsy
a rice which is white when peeled. [Richardson 1885]
vary vakiambiaty
the second planting of rice [Hallanger 1973]