praise   
anoano
praise, blessing. (Prov.) See dera. [Richardson 1885]
dera
praise [Richardson 1885, Hallanger 1973]
deraina
to praise, to celebrate, to glorify; to speak well of a person [Richardson 1885]
to be praised [Hallanger 1973]
doka
praise, flattery [Hallanger 1973]
dokam-barotra
advertising, bragging, exaggerated praise [Hallanger 1973]
fandokafana
praise, flattery [Hallanger 1973]
fandotsoana
[Rel. s. from mandotso (lotso).] Excitement, a stimulus, usually applied to food given to a woman to produce milk; encouragement to a buyer of goods by praising the article, puff, praise. [Richardson 1885]
fiderana
praise, glorification, celebration [Richardson 1885]
the act of praising, praise [Hallanger 1973]
mandòka
to praise, to flatter [Hallanger 1973]
midera
to praise, to celebrate, to glorify, to exalt [Richardson 1885]
to praise, to speak well of [Hallanger 1973]