quarrel   
adin' andriana
A war agreed upon by the government; a quarrel in which both parties show great respect for each other. [Richardson 1885]
ady
A fight, combat, quarrel, contention, battle, dispute, contest, attack, assault, war. Also of things fitting well, as a door and its posts, two straight pieces of wood fitting well together, two bricks, etc. etc. With suffix pronoun -ny, as adiny, it means a something difficult to be done. [Jav. Avd (?); or Ar. Adava.] [Richardson 1885]
ady am-parimbona
[amy, farimbona, root rimbona, altercation.] Beating or pounding anything by two persons, either together or alternately; a quarrel of many against the few [Richardson 1885]
ady volom-balala
A quarrel about something of no consequence; a causeless brawl [Richardson 1885]
ankany
dispute, quarrel. See ady. [Richardson 1885]
fanjihitra
a dispute, a quarrel. See zihitra. [Richardson 1885]
fifandirana
a quarrel, a dispute [Hallanger 1973]
fikorontanana
disorder, rebellion; a quarrel, disunion [Hallanger 1973]
miady
to quarrel, to contend in words or deeds. [Richardson 1885]
miankany
to dispute; to seek a quarrel. [Richardson 1885]
mifanditra
to contend, to contest, to quarrel, to dispute [Richardson 1885]
to quarrel, to dispute [Hallanger 1973]
sotasota
a quarrel [Hallanger 1973]
tonta