measure   
anerany
tsy anerany: beyond all measure, unreasonable [Hallanger 1973]
erana
a full measure [Hallanger 1973]
famarana
[Rel. s. from mamatra (fatra).] A measure for liquids, or such things as rice, sand, etc. [Richardson 1885]
a measure of capacity [Hallanger 1973]
fanoharana
a measure, the means of measuring, a comparison, a figure of speech, a parable [Richardson 1885]
fatra
a measure for solids and liquids. [Richardson 1885]
any measure of capacity [Hallanger 1973]
fifarana
[Rel. s. from mifatra (fatra).] A measure. (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
kapoaka
a cup; a tin used as a measure [Hallanger 1973]
mamakitratra
a measure from the middle of the chest to the fingertips, about a yard [Hallanger 1973]
mamari-tany
to fix boundaries, to measure off land. [Richardson 1885]
mamatra
to measure in a rice measure or in a basket. [Richardson 1885]
to measure in a container [Hallanger 1973]
mamina
to measure by the space included by the tip of the forefinger and the thumb. [Richardson 1885]
mandia
to tread, to step; to measure with the foot, to fall in with one's plans, to coincide with, to follow, to hit on the same idea, to correspond [Richardson 1885]
manjehy
to measure by spanning with the hand [Hallanger 1973]
ohatra
measure, comparison; a parable, a proverb. [mal. Sukut. For omission of s see ony, a river etc.] comp. hoatra (I., II.). [Richardson 1885]
a measure; a comparison; an example [Hallanger 1973]
refy
a fathom, about six feet; any unit of linear or surface measure [Hallanger 1973]
vata
a box; a trunk or suitcase; a rice-measure [Hallanger 1973]
vata famarana
a measure of dry volume [Hallanger 1973]