wind   
alapoie
ambarao
ampalo
ampela
anim-balala
añimbaratra
animbato
añina
breeze, wind. (Prov.) [Mal. angin.] [Richardson 1885]
añinantimo
añindambo
añindrano
añintafara
fandohotse
manantsody
to wind on to a reel, to twirl. [Richardson 1885]
manara-kodimirana
to wind along the edge of a hill; to proceed by a path round a hill or by its side. [Richardson 1885]
manorona
to wind thread or string on a spool or spindle [Hallanger 1973]
miolaka
to wind about, to go in a serpentine direction; to be oblique, to speak in an ambiguous manner, to quibble, to prevaricate. [Richardson 1885]
miolika
to wind about as a serpent; also same as miolaka. [Richardson 1885]
miolikolika
to wind about as a serpent; also same as miolaka [Richardson 1885]
onanina
to be struck by the wind [Richardson 1885]
radraty
raorao
rea
rivotra
wind, air [Hallanger 1973]
sobe
tadio
a whirlwind. It is generally supposed to consist of the spirits of the dead. [Richardson 1885]
a whirlwind [Hallanger 1973]
tafio-drivotra
a high wind, a hurricane [Hallanger 1973]
tafiotra
tsitoly
varatraza
varatrazy
a high wind, particularly the south-east trade wind. It is used on the west coast for the land-breeze, the sea breeze being [Richardson 1885]
variona