strike   
famelezana
fitokonana
a strike by laborers [Hallanger 1973]
grevy
strike [3.1]
mahavoa
to strike; to hit the mark; to wound [Hallanger 1973]
mamaritsoka
to beat, to strike, to dab. [Richardson 1885]
mametsaka
to strike, to beat [Richardson 1885]
mamitsoka
to beat, to flog, to strike, to smite. [Richardson 1885]
mamofoka
to strike, to beat, to attack, as a disease. [Richardson 1885]
manambana
to pretend to strike, to pretend to throw or aim at something. [Richardson 1885]
mandaboka
to beat, to strike, to throw down, to dash [Richardson 1885]
mandavo
to throw down, to strike down [Richardson 1885]
mandifika
to chip off, to strike off, to spirt upon, to wander from the point [Richardson 1885]
mandòna
to knock, to strike [Hallanger 1973]
mandondona
to knock at the door; to knock or strike repeatedly [Hallanger 1973]
manona
to strike. Used of the wind striking the water, or the water beating against a canoe, etc. (prov.) [Richardson 1885]
manonana
to strike. Used of the wind striking the water, or the water beating against a canoe, etc. [Richardson 1885]
midaboka
to fall, to fall against, to strike, to hit with violence, to lie down [Richardson 1885]
mipaika
to chip stone; to strike as with a hammer [Hallanger 1973]