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ady
A fight, combat, quarrel, contention, battle, dispute, contest, attack, assault, war. Also of things fitting well, as a door and its posts, two straight pieces of wood fitting well together, two bricks, etc. etc. With suffix pronoun -ny, as adiny, it means a something difficult to be done. [Jav. Avd (?); or Ar. Adava.] [Richardson 1885]
famelezana
the act of striking; a verbal attack [Hallanger 1973]
mamofoka
to strike, to beat, to attack, as a disease. [Richardson 1885]
manafika
to invade or attack with a military force [Hallanger 1973]
manamy
to attack (a town, etc.), to penetrate into a town [Richardson 1885]
mananika
to climb up something, to ascend; to attack a town; fig. to attempt to do a difficult thing. [Richardson 1885]
mandramatra
to attack, to set upon, to rush upon. [Richardson 1885]
mitamy
to be fierce, to rush into danger or to an attack [Richardson 1885]
rafitrady
[ADY, a fight.] An attack, a contention. [Richardson 1885]