Malagasy words for travel

Malagasy-English/English-Malagasy: Dictionary and Phrasebook (Hippocrene Dictionary & Phrasebook)
by Janie Rasoloson

Amazon.com: Malagasy, the national language of Madagascar, has over 10 million speakers. This dictionary and phrasebook provides the traveller to this beautiful island with the means for basic communication, as well as an introduction to the country's culture. The compact guide includes a two-way bilingual dictionary with over 2,000 entries and a phrasebook containing all of the essential topics, from introductions and common phrases to accommodations, food and drink, weather and health, among many others.




Malagasy to English Dictionary: Words, phrases, translations: Introductions | Food | Accomodations | Travel | Communications | Shopping | Money | Health | Bureaucracy | Weather | Nature | Animals | Plants | Politics | Emergency | Time | Measures | Numbers

Where can I take the plane to [DESTINATION]? Aiza ny fakana ny raoplanina mankany [DESTINATION]?
The plane/boat/bus is delayed Tara ny raoplanina/sambo/bus
The plane/boat/bus is canceled Tsy mandeha ny raoplanina/sambo/bus
I want to go to [DESTINATION] Saika ho eny [DESTINATION] aho
I want a ticket to [DESTINATION] Bie mankany [DESTINATION] iray.
One-way ticket Bie mandroso
Return ticket Bie mandroso sy miverina
How long does the trip take? Maharitra haririana ny mankany [DESTINATION]?
flight vol
domestic flight vol interieur
Is there a flight to [DESTINATION] today? Misy raoplanina mankany [DESTINATION] ve anio?
When is the next flight to [DESTINATION]? Rahoviana ny raoplanina manaraka mankany [DESTINATION]?
Taxi fare (always ask the fare before getting in] saran-dalana,frais ana taxi
I am going to [DESTINATION] Ho eny [DESTINATION] aho
How long will it take? Adiny firy ny mankany?
How much does it cost? Ohatrinona ny mankany?
Have you got change? Manana madinika ve ianao?
Where do you want to go? Aiza no tianao aleha?
I would like to go to [DESTINATION] Saika ho eny [DESTINATION] aho
I would like to see the [DESTINATION] Te-hahita ny [DESTINATION] aho
Where is the [DESTINATION]? Aiza no misy ny [DESTINATION]?
How much is the entrance fee? Ohatrinona ny fidirana?
When can I visit the [DESTINATION]? Rahoviana no azo jerena ny [DESTINATION]?
I would like to go into the forest Te ho any an'ala aho
I would like to visit a nature reserve Te ho any amin'ny reserves naturellets aho
I would like to go to the beach Te ho any amoron-dranomasina aho
Is it far from here? Lavitra eto ve izany?
Can we walk there? Tonga tongotra ve any?
I would like to go for a walk. Te-hitsangatsangana aho
How do I get to [DESTINATION]? Ahoana no hahatongavako any [DESTINATION]?
beach amoron-dranomasina
bridge tetezana
building trano
church fianagonana
city center ville
coast amorontsiraka
garden zaridaina
guide gida
hospital hopitaly
island nosy
lake lac
market tsena
mountain tendrombohitra
museum musee
river renirano
school sekoly
sea ranomasina
tomb fasana
university oniversite
rural area ambanivohitra
waterfall riana
zoo zoo
car fiara,fiarakodia,tomobilina,taomobily
deposit avansa
gas lasantsy
insurance assurance
motorcycle moto
oil menaka
street arabe,lalana
to pay mandoa vola
traffic circulation
trip dia
per day isan'andro
per week isan-kerinandro
per month isan-volana,isan'bolona
I am lost Very aho
It is not far Tsy lavitra io
Go back Miverena
across eo am-pita
behind eo am-badika
east atsinanana
left ankavia
north avaratra
right ankavanana
south atsimo
straight mahitsy be
west andreafana
village or city tanana
car taomobily
learning fianarana


Malagasy-English/English-Malagasy: Dictionary and Phrasebook (Hippocrene Dictionary & Phrasebook)
by Janie Rasoloson

Amazon.com: Malagasy, the national language of Madagascar, has over 10 million speakers. This dictionary and phrasebook provides the traveller to this beautiful island with the means for basic communication, as well as an introduction to the country's culture. The compact guide includes a two-way bilingual dictionary with over 2,000 entries and a phrasebook containing all of the essential topics, from introductions and common phrases to accommodations, food and drink, weather and health, among many others.



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