snare   
akatra
a trap, a snare [Richardson 1885]
angoly
artifice, fraud, deceit, snare. See ambosy, ambaka, fitaka, sandoka, and soloky. [Richardson 1885]
fandri-borovoro
(fandriborovoro) A loose kind of snare. [Richardson 1885]
fandrika
a snare, a trap, a gin. Applied also to words used to ensnare any one. [Richardson 1885]
fandrika an-danitra
A snare placed aloft; a string tied upon some high place and left waving about [Richardson 1885]
fandrikandanitra
A snare placed aloft; a string tied upon some high place and left waving about [Richardson 1885]
fandri-totofana
(fandritotofana) A hidden snare, a concealed net, a hole covered with grass, etc. [Richardson 1885]
manao fandritotofana: to lay a hidden snare, to prepare a net. [Richardson 1885]