order   
antoana
steps, stairs, order, gradation. [Richardson 1885]
didy
a command, an order, a law, a will. [Mal. litah] lily is used for this in the provinces [Richardson 1885]
fanafarana
the act of ordering; an order for merchandise; the act of entrusting someone with a commission [Hallanger 1973]
fandriam-pahalemana
public order, tranquility; peace between nations [Hallanger 1973]
filaharana
order in rank; a queue of people; a rank or a row [Hallanger 1973]
laharana
a row, an alignment; order in merit or dignity [Hallanger 1973]
lahatra
order, arrangement; ranks; fate [Hallanger 1973]
lanto
order, arrangement [Hallanger 1973]
manafatra
to bequeath, to specify; to order, to send for. [Richardson 1885]
to entrust with a commission; to warn; to order merchandise [Hallanger 1973]
mandanto
to set in order, to arrange [Hallanger 1973]
mandidy
to cut, to command, to order [Richardson 1885]
mandrindra
to set in order, to arrange; to reconcile [Hallanger 1973]
mba
in order to, in order that (followed by the future tense) [Hallanger 1973]
pepetra
A strong request, an express order, injunction, or charge. [Richardson 1885]
an express order, definite instructions [Hallanger 1973]
ranty
arrangement, order. See [Richardson 1885]