Entry ami > amy
Part of speech   preposition [list]
Malagasy definition   teny mpampiankina mampiankina matoanteny [...] [full text in Rajemisa 1985]
English translation   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]
French translation   préposition dont le sens dépend du contexte: avec, à, en. [Hallanger 1974]
   avec, dans, à, de, en, chez. M [...] [full text in Rajaonarimanana 1995]
Morphology  
amy
amiko
aminao
aminy
amintsika
aminay
aminareo
amin'
amin-
amim-
ami-
tamy
tamiko
taminao
taminy
tamintsika
taminay
taminareo
tamin'
tamin-
tamim-
tami-
Other spellings  
Compound words, titles, names  

Entry ami > amy
Part of speech   noun
Malagasy definition   Enti-milaza fitafiana mihaja fenti-mihai [...] [full text in Rajemisa 1985]
Derivations  

ami   
amato
Amant, amante, ami, amie, maîtresse [Poirot & Santio: Vezo]
amatomato
Amant, amante, ami, amie, maîtresse [Poirot & Santio: Vezo]
longo
ami, compagnon (prov) [Hallanger 1974]
misakaiza
Mifankatia, tonga sakaiza: Aza misaka [...] [full text in Rajemisa 1985]
être amis, camarades; ente homme et femme, être amants [Hallanger 1974]
nañahare
pinama
Ami [Poirot & Santio: Vezo]
pisakaia
Ami [Poirot & Santio: Vezo]
pisonje
Ami [Poirot & Santio: Vezo]
sakaia
Amant, amante, ami  - > amato, dezemo, koahe, lehe, leroa, lihy, longo, nama, rañetse, serife, sonje [Poirot & Santio: Vezo]
sakaiza
Namana mifankazatra sy mifankatia amin' [...] [full text in Rajemisa 1985]
Enti-milaza koa lehilahy sy vehivavy mif [...] [full text in Rajemisa 1985]
ami, compagnon; amant [Hallanger 1974]
sonje
Amant, amante, ami, compagnon  - > amato, dezemo, koahe, lehe, leroa, lihy, longo, nama, rañetse, sakaia, serife [Poirot & Santio: Vezo]
zaodahy
beau-frère; bon ami [Hallanger 1974]