set   
ahorirana
to be set on edge [Hallanger 1973]
alahatra
to be arranged; to be delivered (of a speech); to be set (of type). [Hallanger 1973]
atraka
to be lifted up, to be set up [Hallanger 1973]
mamelatra
to unroll, to spread; to set a table; to explain [Hallanger 1973]
mametraka
to set, to place, to lay down [Hallanger 1973]
mandahatra
to arrange; to set type; to make a speech [Hallanger 1973]
mandamina
to arrange, to set in order [Richardson 1885]
mandramatra
to attack, to set upon, to rush upon. [Richardson 1885]
manorirana
to set on edge [Hallanger 1973]
milentika
to sink; to set (of the sun) [Hallanger 1973]
voalantolanto
arranged, set in order. Used of things, business, or words [Richardson 1885]

set   
sety
set [SLP: Voambolana]