return   
fitsingerenana
the return of something that comes around periodically [Hallanger 1973]
herina
a turn, a return [Hallanger 1973]
indrana
borrowed. It is used when the very thing borrowed is to be returned ; samborina (sambotra) being used when an equivalent is to be given back. Thus indrana would refer to a borrowed knife, etc., and samborina to money etc. [mal. Injam.] [Richardson 1885]
the article to be returned [Hallanger 1973]
mamody
to return the thing bought. [Richardson 1885]
mifody
to return to the original owner; to back out of a bargain [Hallanger 1973]
miherina
mimpody
to return to its original state [Hallanger 1973]
mitampody
to go to a place and return the same day. [Richardson 1885]
mody
to go home, to return home; to pretend to be what one is not. [Richardson 1885]
to go home, to return; to change into something else; to pretend [Hallanger 1973]
tody
retaliation, the wages of evil; a return [Hallanger 1973]
tsingerina
a return to the point of departure [Hallanger 1973]