Entry f
Part of speech noun (symbol)
Explanations in Malagasy  [Rajemisa 1985] Tarehintsoratra fahadimy ary renisoratra fahatelo amin'ny abidy malagasy, mitonona hoefi nafe. Miova ho p amin'ny fanakambanan-teny tsotra (latsaka-faka = latsa-paka), fa maty fotsiny kosa amin'ny famoronana matoantenin'ny mpanao mitovona man, izay tonga mam amin'izay: man + fototra = mamototra.
Explanations in English  [Richardson 1885] the fifth letter of the Malagasy Alphabet. It is sounded like f in father, or ff in off. When a word beginning with f is joined to another word ending in -na (or-ny), -ka, or -tra to make a compound word, the f becomes p, the -na becomes m, and the -ka or -tra is omitted, as: anaram-pody (anarana and fody); sitra-po (sitraka and fo); tongoparafara (tongotra and farafara). When the verbal prefix man- is joined to words beginning with f, the f is elided and the n becomes m, as mametra (man- and fetra).
Explanations in French  [Abinal 1888] La cinquième lettre et troisième consonne de l'alphabet malgache.
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Entry f~
Part of speech prefix [Words with f~]

Entry F
Part of speech noun (symbol)
Explanations in Malagasy  [3.1] Singa mietona, fahasivy amin'ny fisokajiana miherina.
Explanations in English  [3.1] Fluorine
Explanations in French  [3.1] Fluor
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Updated on 2022/08/14