grasp   
fihina
a grasp, a clutch, seizure by both hands. See [Richardson 1885]
a grasp, a grab, a clutching [Hallanger 1973]
fihitra
a grasp, a catch, a grip, as is made by a person holding to something to prevent him from falling. In the provinces it means a royal guard. See fahana, fikitra, fihina. [Richardson 1885]
hehi-mamba
[mamba, a crocodile.] a firm grasp; lit. the grasp or bite of a crocodile. Comp. ampihi-mamba (fihina). [Richardson 1885]
hehitra
a grasp, a clutch, a bit, seizure [Richardson 1885]
mambeda
to seize, to grasp firmly, to grip. [Richardson 1885]
mamihitra
to lay hold of, to grasp, to grip. [Richardson 1885]
mamototra
to take root; to investigate thoroughly; to grasp. [Richardson 1885]
mangaika
to tie, to bind together, to grasp [Richardson 1885]
mibeda
to seize, to grasp firmly, to grip. [Richardson 1885]
mifihitra
to lay hold of, to grasp, to grip. [Richardson 1885]
mihazona
to hold, to grasp, to detain. [Richardson 1885]
to grasp, to retain [Hallanger 1973]
mitangozana
to hold, to grasp, to be detained by someone or something [Richardson 1885]