side   
ambadika
the other side [Hallanger 1973]
andaniny
[root lany.] A party, a side, as in two (or more) parties pitted against one another. [Richardson 1885]
ila
the side of anything, a piece, generally a half of anything. It is mostly used with the suffix pronoun -ny, as : ilany, its side, half of it. [Malay Balah (?)] [Richardson 1885]
the side, a half [Hallanger 1973]
ilika
the side [Hallanger 1973]
indrany
the side. Used in speaking of pieces of wood ; the indrabeny referring to the breadth of a plank (or toher small piece of wood), and the indrakeliny to its thickness. [Richardson 1885]
lafy
a side, a face; an aspect of something [Hallanger 1973]
lanivoa
[voa, a kidney] the side near the kidneys [Richardson 1885]
the side below the ribs [Hallanger 1973]
takila