Entry hay
Part of speech   passive verb
Malagasy definition   fantatra [Antesaka] [Rakotosaona 1972]
   Azo, azo averina, fantatra (saingy ilaza [...]
¶ Fantatra ny fanaovana azy: Aoka hatao [...]
¶ Mety ho vita: Tsy mba hain' ny zanako [...]
¶ Azo, tanty: Tsy hay leferina ny hoso- [...]
¶ Azo ifampiraharahana, azo akekezina: [...]
¶ Voafehy: Tsy hain' ny vadiny Rasoa. [...] [full text in Rajemisa 1985]
English translation   possible, able to, can be done by. In the provinces, to know, to be acquainted with. [Richardson 1885]
   known; within one's capabilities [Hallanger 1973]
French translation   connu [Antesaka] [Deschamps 1936]
   connu; dont on est capable [Hallanger 1974]
Derivations  
Morphology  
hay
haiko
hainao
hainy
haintsika
hainay
hainareo
hain'
hain-
haim-
nohay
nohaiko
nohainao
nohainy
nohaintsika
nohainay
nohainareo
nohain'
nohain-
nohaim-
hohay
hohaiko
hohainao
hohainy
hohaintsika
hohainay
hohainareo
hohain'
hohain-
hohaim-
Compound words, titles, names  
Quotes  

Entry hay
Part of speech   noun
Malagasy definition   Fahaizana (teny miditra amin' ny famoron [...] [full text in Rajemisa 1985]

Entry hay
Part of speech   noun
Malagasy definition   may, kilan'ny afo [Sihanaka] [Rakotosaona 1972]
   Hafanana, firehetana na fahamaizana voka [...] [full text in Rajemisa 1985]
English translation   burning. A word not used alone, but in compounds [Richardson 1885]
   heat, fire [Hallanger 1973]
French translation   chaleur [Antesaka] [Deschamps 1936]
   chaleur; feu [Hallanger 1974]
Derivations  
Compound words, titles, names  

Entry hay
Part of speech   noun or adjective
Malagasy definition   tany foana [Antambahoaka] [Rakotosaona 1972]
   Tanety na lohasaha ngazana tsy misy ala [...] [full text in Rajemisa 1985]
English translation   an exposed situation, an open space near a forest, or surrounded by forest.
¶ open, exposed [Richardson 1885]

Entry hay
Part of speech   interjection [list]
Malagasy definition   Tenim-piontanana: Enti-milaza fanontania [...]
¶ Enti-milaza toa figagana noho ny fahaton [...] [full text in Rajemisa 1985]
English translation   an exclamation of surprise or scorn. Really! Truly! Indeed! It is repeated frequently as an encouragement to warriors. [Richardson 1885]
   really! indeed! [Hallanger 1973]
French translation   oh! vraiment! [Hallanger 1974]

Entry hay
Part of speech   noun
English translation   the name of an insect found in rice [Provincial] [Richardson 1885]
French translation   insecte parasite du riz [Tankarana] [David 1952 (takila H)]
Vocabulary  

Entry hay
Part of speech   noun
English definition   ahimaina [Richardson 1885]
   vilona, ahitra maina [Hallanger 1969]

Updated on 2017/03/10