Teny iditra fony
Sokajin-teny mpampitohy [fitanisana]
Famaritana malagasy Teny mpampiankina fehezan-kevitra, enti-milaza fotoana efa lasa ela, mitovy amin' ny hoe "nony", "tamin' ny": Fony nitsangantsangana tany Ambohidroa izahay nihaza voromailala. / Fony Rabe minisitry ny fambolena no nividiananay itỳ trano itỳ [Rajemisa 1985]
Fandikana anglisy when. It is always used of a past time: Fony fahavelony, when he lived [Richardson 1885]
 when (in the past); fony zaza aho: when I was a child [Hallanger 1973]
Fandikana frantsay du temps de, lorsque, quand. Fony fahavélony R...: du vivant de N... [Abinal 1888]
 quand (dans le passé); fony zaza aho: quand j'étais enfant [Hallanger 1974]
 du temps que, lorsque (passé); hatry [...] [tohiny Rajaonarimanana 1995]
Mpanahaka  nony ~ rehefa ~ raha

Teny iditra fony
Sokajin-teny anarana
Famaritana malagasy  [Tanala] karazan-trondro an-dranomamy [Rakotosaona 1975]
 hazandrano toy ny marakely [Rajemisa 1985]
 [ fôny ] karazan-trondron-dranomamy [SLP 1986]
Fandikana anglisy  [Provincial] the name of a kind of fish [Richardson 1885]
Fandikana frantsay espèce de poisson [Abinal 1888]
  [Tankarana] (fôny) nom d'une espèce de poisson; voir marakely [David 1952 (takila F)]
 (fôny) espèce de poisson d'eau douce [SLP 1986]
Voambolana 
Mpanahaka  fonisily ~ fonivaza ~ fonivendrana
  marakely

Teny iditra fony
Sokajin-teny anarana
Famaritana malagasy karazam-boromailala manga [Rajemisa 1985]
Fandikana anglisy a species of pigeon, belonging to a genus peculiar to Madagascar. Alectroenas madagascariensis, L. Same as foningo [Richardson 1885]
Fandikana frantsay pigeon bleu ( Columba madagascariensis, Boddaert) [Abinal 1888]
Voambolana 
Anarana siantifika Alectroenas madagascariensis, Columba madagascariensis
Teny mitovy hevitra foningo

Teny iditra fony
Sokajin-teny anarana
Fandikana anglisy Adansonia [Schatz: Flora]
Fandikana frantsay  [Mahafaly, Sakalava] Adansonia fony (Malvaceae). Graines alimentaires, riches en huile et en protéines. Écorces à fibres ; moelle donnée comme fourrage aux boeufs en cas de sécheresse prolongée. [Boiteau 1997]
Fandikana anglisy Small to large deciduous trees (5-20 m) with cylindrical, bottle-shaped, or, rarely, tapering trunks, usually with a distinct constriction beneath the branches. Crown irregular, major branches most often horizontal becoming erect distally, rarely conical spines on upper surfaces of branches. Bark usually reddish brown and exfoliating...

Adansonia rubrostipa extends along the west coast of Madagascar from near Itampolo in the southwest to Soalala in the northwest. It mainly occurs in spiny forest and dry deciduous forest on well-drained calcareous soils and on karstic limestone...

Adansonia rubrostipa has edible fruits, seeds, and roots (Perrier de la Bâthie, 1952b, 1953), but there is no documentation of them being utilized extensively in Madagascar. In Toliara, A. rubrostipa fruits are sometimes sold in the market. They are collected by climbing the small trees, often with the aid of wooden pegs hammered into the trunks. In the vicinity of Morondava, the wood of fire-killed trees is used as thatching (in the same manner as A. grandidieri). A species of fungus, with an edible and much sought after fruiting body, is said to grow only on dead A. rubrostipa and A. grandidieri trunks (Cabanis et al., 1970; personal observation)...

In view of its extensive geographical distribution Adansonia rubrostipa is conservationally secure, although some populations, such as those 30 km north of Toliara, are threatened by forest destruction for charcoal extraction. In western deciduous forests close to Morondava, A. rubrostipa is the dominant tree species and provides an important resource for lemurs (nectar, gum, insects) and insects (sap, nectar, leaves, seeds, and pollen) and probably other animals as well... [http://www.buzau.com/baobab/fony.htm]

Voambolana 
Anarana siantifika Adansonia fony, Adansonia rubrostipa
Teny nalaina 

Teny iditra fony
Sokajin-teny anarana
Fandikana anglisy Adansonia [Schatz: Flora]
Fandikana frantsay  [Sakalava] Adansonia madagascariensis Baill. et Adansonia za Baill. (Malvaceae), espèces ainsi nommées surtout pour les exemplaires jeunes. Graines alimentaires, riches en huile et en protéines. Écorces à fibres ; moelle donnée comme fourrage aux boeufs en cas de sécheresse prolongée. [Boiteau 1997]
Voambolana 
Anarana siantifika Adansonia madagascariensis, Adansonia za

Teny iditra fony (fo, -ny)
Sokajin-teny anarana fo sy mpisolo
Fandikana anglisy his heart, her heart, its heart, their hearts [3.1]
Fandikana frantsay son coeur, leur coeurs [3.1]
Ohatra 
1Nitepotepo aoka izany ny fony. [Rajaonarivelo: Bina]
2May hoatry ny nodoran'afo ny fony. [Rajohanesa: Kintana]

Teny iditra ... fo ny ...
Sokajin-teny Tsy lazaina (teny sasany)
Ohatra 
1Mazava fo ny Sakalava [Randriamiadanarivo: Sikajy]
2Mamin' ny fo ny faniriana tanteraka [Baiboly]

Nohavaozina tamin' ny 2020/10/07