carry   
mahalasa
to carry away; to travel a certain distance; to accomplish, to succeed [Hallanger 1973]
mambaby
to carry, to bear, to support. (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
mambata
to lift, to raise, to carry. [Richardson 1885]
to lift, to carry in the hands [Hallanger 1973]
manantsoroka
to put or carry on the shoulder [Hallanger 1973]
manatatao
to carry on the head [Hallanger 1973]
mialo
to carry messages from one to another. [Richardson 1885]
miambaby
to carry, to bear, to support. (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
mibaby
to carry on the back [Richardson 1885, Hallanger 1973]
mibala
to carry a heavy burden by means of a litter or poles. (prov.) See beta, lanja, tondra, takona. [Richardson 1885]
mibata
to lift, to raise, to carry. [Richardson 1885]
mibeta
to lift up, to carry. [Richardson 1885]
mibohy
to carry on the shoulder [Richardson 1885]
mifaoka
to wipe, to clear away, to carry off, as a bird of prey does; to tear up the earth, as an infuriated bull. [Richardson 1885]
to wipe; to carry off in passing [Hallanger 1973]
migenagena
to wear the lamba loosely, to carry lightly and carefully. [Richardson 1885]
milanja
to carry a weight on the shoulder. Compare [Richardson 1885]
to carry on the shoulder [Hallanger 1973]
miloloha
to carry on the head [Hallanger 1973]
misakelika
to carry under the arm. [Richardson 1885]
to carry under the arm; to escort a woman who holds one's arm [Hallanger 1973]
mitakona
to carry a burden on a pole, by one (or more) before and behind. [Richardson 1885]
to carry or transport something by joint effort [Hallanger 1973]
mitondra
to carry; to take away [Hallanger 1973]
mivimbina
to carry in the hand; to protect [Hallanger 1973]