with   
@
shorthand for amin' ny "with" [3.1]
amin' ny
with, sometimes abbreviated as [3.1]
amy
used before ny, as amy ny, or amin' before a vowel. With, in, at, to, from, etc. In past tense, tamy, When, on, among, from, etc. The prepositional prefixes a-, am-, an-, appear to be contractions of this word, and form a large number of prepositional phrases. Amy is used after nearly all intransitive verbs when governing an indirect accusative. [Richardson 1885]
preposition with an all-purpose meaning depending on context: with, at. [Hallanger 1973]
mbamy
mbany