fish   
fano
a fish [Richardson 1885]
fiana
the name given to certain fish, of which there are the following kinds: [Richardson 1885]
hazandrano
[rano, water.] fish, shrimps, water snails, etc., used as food. See laokan-drano. [Richardson 1885]
fish; cf. trondro [Hallanger 1973]
laoka
any relish, or meat eaten with rice. On the coast it almost always means fish or vegetables. [Mal. ikan, fish; Borneo lank] [Richardson 1885]
meat, fish, vegetables, etc eaten with rice [Hallanger 1973]
manarato
to fish with a net. [Richardson 1885]
to fish with a net [Hallanger 1973]
manjono
to fish with hook and line [Hallanger 1973]
marakely
a small fish [Hallanger 1973]
rambo
a fish [Rajemisa 1985]
toho
a smallish fish with a flattened head [Hallanger 1973]
trondro
a goldfish acclimated in Madagascar [Hallanger 1973]