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managororoana
to pour upon. [Richardson 1885]
to pour out a liquid [Hallanger 1973]
mandrotsaka
to pour; to contribute [Hallanger 1973]
mibororoaka
to pour out in a straight continuous stream, as water from a hole in a barrel, rice from a hole in a sack, etc. It differs from boraraka in being a continuous stream, while boraraka implies a dispersion in any direction [Richardson 1885]
midina
to pour out, to go down, to descend, to flow out [Richardson 1885]
mingorodana
to flow rapidly, to pour. [Richardson 1885]
mivatravatra
to pour down heavily (of rain) [Hallanger 1973]

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mba
afin que, pour que. Mitenena mafy mba ho henon'ny olona rehetra ny feonao: parlez fort pour que tout le monde vous entende [Rajemisa: Grammaire]