Entry may (hay)
Part of speech noun or adjective
Explanations in Malagasy Voadoro, azon' ny afo: May ny tranon-dRabe [1.1]
Explanations in English On fire [1.2, 1.7]
 Burning [1.2]
 Burnt [1.7]
Explanations in French Brûlure
Brûlé [1.3]
 Qui brûle [1.8]
Examples 
1May hoatry ny nodoran'afo ny fony. [2.324]
2May ny tanako (J'ai une brûlure à la main) [1.3]
3May omaly ny tranony (Sa maison s'est brûlée hier) [1.3]
4Misy may ny tanako (J'ai une brûlure à la main) [1.3]
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Compound words 

Entry may (hay)
Part of speech adjective
Explanations in Malagasy Maika dia maika, dodona: May erý izy hankany ambanivohitra nefa ny andro ity ratsy dia ratsy [1.1]
Explanations in English In a hurry, impatient [1.7]
Explanations in French Pressé [1.3, 1.8]
Examples May aho, fa hiainga rahampitso (Je suis pressé, car je part demain) [1.3]
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Compound words 

Entry may (hay)
Part of speech adjective
Explanations in Malagasy Sahirana izaitsizy: May aho fa marary ny zanako ~ Izay may adala [1.1]
Explanations in French Embarrassé [1.3, 1.8]
Examples May aho, fa marary ny zanako (Je suis dans l'embarras, car mon enfant est malade) [1.3]
Derivatives 

Entry may
Part of speech active verb
Explanations in English Mety manao; mahazo manao; enga, anie [1.17]

Entry May
Part of speech noun
Explanations in English Volana fahadimy amin' ny taona [1.17]

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Updated on 2023/06/18