support   
ampitra
(?) a prop, a support. [Richardson 1885]
mahaleo
avoir assez de force pour vaincre, pour résister, pour exécuter. Tsy mahaleo azy hianao (Vous ne sauriez l'emporter sur lui) ~ Mahaleo tsara ny fitondrana ireo ankizy kamboty ireo izy (Il est dévoué pour s'occuper de ces orphelins) ~ Mahaleo ny fahoriana izy (Il sait supporter le malheur) [Abinal 1888]
to be able to support; to be able to overcome [Hallanger 1973]
être capable de vaincre; être capable de supporter [Hallanger 1974]
mahavatra
to support, to endure; to carry through [Hallanger 1973]
supporter, endurer; persévérer [Hallanger 1974]
mambaby
to carry, to bear, to support. (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
mamelona
to animate; to supply with the necessities of life, to support [Hallanger 1973]
manankina
to prop or support one, used in this sense of persons on whom one reclines. [Richardson 1885]
mananontena
to support oneself (of a woman) [Hallanger 1973]
manohana
to support, to prop up [Hallanger 1973]
miahy
to be solicitous for, to be careful of, to be in an anxious state for; to maintain or support others. [Richardson 1885]
miambaby
to carry, to bear, to support. (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
rairain-drihana
(rairaindrihana) joists that support a floor; a support under the bottom [Hallanger 1973]
(rairaindrihana) solive; support [Hallanger 1974]
tohana
a support, a prop [Hallanger 1973]
support, soutien [Abinal 1888, Hallanger 1974]

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aritra
endurance, support, patience, persévérance, constance [Abinal 1888]
fananty
support [SLP: Voambolana]
fitanty
support [SLP: Voambolana]
lefetse
Action de courber, de ployer, de s' incliner, adjoint, support [Poirot & Santio: Vezo]
rairain-drihana
(rairaindrihana) solive; support [Hallanger 1974]
sohitry
support [SLP: Voambolana]
tehenana
tohana
support, soutien [Abinal 1888, Hallanger 1974]