walk   
dasidasy
walking steadily, uprightly, or majestically; full-faced. See dosy [Richardson 1885]
draiko
an unseemly gait, an awkward mode of walking, limping. [Richardson 1885]
hazakazaka
the act of running or of walking fast; a race [Hallanger 1973]
mamindra
to remove, to transfer, to transcribe, to transplant, to step, to walk. [Richardson 1885]
to move; to walk (esp. of a child) [Hallanger 1973]
miasa dia
to take walking exercise. [Richardson 1885]
mibaikabaika
to step or walk in a mincing and affected manner. [Richardson 1885]
mibanaika
to walk slowly. Compare [Richardson 1885]
mibehambehana
to walk in the manner described in [Richardson 1885]
midaika
to walk in a straddling manner [Richardson 1885]
midasidasy
to walk majestically, or in a stately manner, as a king or a fine bullock [Richardson 1885]
midihindihina
to walk as in [Richardson 1885]
midraikodraiko
to walk awkwardly, to limp, to halt. [Richardson 1885]
midrakaka
to walk like a crab. (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
mifingafinga
to walk in a loose and awkward manner, as if about to trip. Probably from the movement of the finga, which, having a convex base, is easily made to move about. [Richardson 1885]
milaikolaiko
to walk feebly or awkwardly [Richardson 1885]
mitehina
to walk with a cane, to lean on something or someone when walking [Hallanger 1973]