Malagasy Vocabulary

Welcome to the 9th lesson about the Malagasy vocabulary. We're dedicating this page to the most important and most used words in Malagasy. For example: clothes, languages, countries, travel, survival words, class, and house components.

shirt
shirt Audio
akanjo ambony
sweater
sweater Audio
akanjo ambony
jacket
jacket Audio
palitao
coat
coat Audio
akanjo ambony lava
socks
socks Audio
bà kiraro
shoes
shoes Audio
kiraro
trousers
trousers Audio
pataloha
pajamas
pyjamas Audio
pijama
belt
belt Audio
fehikibo
underwear
underwear Audio
atin'akanjo
hat
hat Audio
satroka
skirt
skirt Audio
zipo

The following words are related to languages and countries.

Language
Malagasy
Country
Malagasy
Arabic
arabo Audio
Morocco
marôka Audio
Chinese
sinoa Audio
China
sinina Audio
English
anglisy Audio
England
angletera Audio
French
frantsay Audio
France
frantsa Audio
German
alema Audio
Germany
alemana Audio
Greek
grika Audio
Greece
gresy Audio
Portuguese
pôrtige Audio
Portugal
portigaly Audio
Hindi
hindi Audio
India
inde Audio
Italian
italianina Audio
Italy
italy Audio
Japanese
zaponey Audio
Japan
zapon Audio
Russian
rosianina Audio
Russia
rosia Audio
Spanish
espaniôla Audio
Spain
espagne Audio
Swedish
soedianina Audio
Sweden
soeda Audio

The following vocabulary is related to travel and survival.

Travel
Malagasy
airport
serenam Audio
doctor
dokotera Audio
airplane
fiaramanidina Audio
medicines
fanafody Audio
train
lamasinina Audio
pharmacy
trano fivarotam-panafody Audio
taxi
taksi Audio
hospital
hôptaly Audio
bus
bisy Audio
ambulance
ambilansy Audio
car
fiara Audio
poison
poiziana Audio
ticket
tapakila Audio
help me
ampio aho Audio
hotel
ôtely Audio
danger
loza Audio
reservation
famandrihina Audio
accident
loza Audio
passport
pasipaoro Audio
police
polisy Audio
luggage
entana Audio
headache
aretin'andoha Audio
tourism
fizahan-tany Audio
stomach ache
aretim-bavony Audio

The following list of words is related to a class environment and the components of a house.

Class
Malagasy
books
boky Audio
toilet
trano fivoahana/trano fidiovana Audio
pen
penina Audio
bed
fandriana Audio
dictionary
diksionera Audio
bedroom
efitrano Audio
library
trano famakiam-boky Audio
furniture
fitaovana ao an-trano Audio
desk
latabatra Audio
house
trano Audio
student
mpianatra Audio
kitchen
lakozia Audio
teacher
mpampianatra Audio
plate
lovia Audio
chair
seza Audio
refrigerator
vata fampangatsiahana Audio
paper
taratasy Audio
room
efitrano Audio
page
pejy Audio
table
latabatra Audio
pencil
pensily hazo Audio
window
varavaran-kely Audio
question
fanontaniana Audio
television
televiziônina Audio

Did you enjoy this lesson about the Malagasy vocabulary? I hope so, if you have any problem with this lesson contact me with questions here. You can now check the next lesson below.

Malagasy Grammar   Malagasy Grammar

Malagasy Verbs   Malagasy Verbs


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