sound   
feo
the voice, a sound, a report. [Ar. fa'a, blow, breath; and fuh, fih, fah, fum, all = Heb. peh, mouth. Comp. Gr. phemi, phasko, and Lat. fari.] [Richardson 1885]
a sound [Hallanger 1973]
gedrogedro
a harsh noise, a rough sound, a bass voice; jargon. See [Richardson 1885]
kasokasoka
a rustling sound, as the sound made by stiff cloth [Hallanger 1973]
kepoka
a crunching sound [Hallanger 1973]
manakatra
migoana
to sound, as the door when knocked. [Richardson 1885]
mikarantsana
to sound loudly, to clang [Hallanger 1973]
mikaroka
to scratch, to sound, to investigate, to look for [Hallanger 1973]
mikasaotsaoka
to make a rustling sound [Hallanger 1973]
neno
a sound, a noise, an explosion. Se eno. [comp. swa. Maneno, language.] [Richardson 1885]
ngadona
a dull thumping sound [Hallanger 1973]
ngodongodona
a hollow sound [Richardson 1885]
the thudding sound of steps or of pounding rice [Hallanger 1973]
rohona
rohondrohona
a sound like thunder [Hallanger 1973]
ta
the sound of the beating of a hammer or the explosion of a rifle. [Richardson 1885]
tefoka
a cracking or popping sound; the sound of a shot [Hallanger 1973]