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ambaratonga
[ambaraka, until, tonga, arrived.] A ladder, steps, stairs; gradation. [Richardson 1885]
a step or degree in progress; a degree of honor or authority [Hallanger 1973]
antoana
steps, stairs, order, gradation. [Richardson 1885]
baikabaika
a mode of walking, an affected step. [Richardson 1885]
dia
a step; a journey [Richardson 1885, Hallanger 1973]
a footstep, a mark. [Probably connected with Swa. njia, or ndia, a path, a road] [Richardson 1885]
dingana
a step, a leap [Richardson 1885, Hallanger 1973]
dingan-dava
a long step [Richardson 1885]
mamindra
to remove, to transfer, to transcribe, to transplant, to step, to walk. [Richardson 1885]
mamono dia
to get into step. See [Richardson 1885]
mandia
to tread, to step; to measure with the foot, to fall in with one's plans, to coincide with, to follow, to hit on the same idea, to correspond [Richardson 1885]
mandingana
to step over, to leap over, to jump to from a distance, to skip in reading [Richardson 1885]
to step over; to leave out, to skip [Hallanger 1973]
mibaikabaika
to step or walk in a mincing and affected manner. [Richardson 1885]