Malagasy words for food



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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Bon appetit Mazotoa homana
cold shredded cabbage salad, which can be made with curry, vinegar, mayonnaise lasary
Do you have [FOOD]? Misy [FOOD] ve?
We don't have [FOOD] Tsy manana [FOOD] izahay
The menu please Latabatra iray, azafady
I am thirsty Mangetaheta aho
I am hungry Noana aho
We are thirsty Mangetaheta izahay
We are hungry Noana izahay
Can I order some more [FOOD]? Afaka mbola mikomandy [FOOD] aho ve
What is this? Inona ity?
That's all, thanks. Izay fa misaotra
That was delicious Natsiro be
I am full Voky aho
Check please Ny addition, azafady
Where is the toilet? Aiza ny trano fivoahana?
a glass vera
a glass of water rano iray vera
a bottle of water rano amin'ny tavoahangy
a bottle tavoahangy
a cup kaopy
a cup of tea dite iray kaopy
a cup of coffee kafe iray kaopy
the bill addition
the receipt reu
salt sira
sugar siramamy
pepper poavra
cold mangatsiaka
good tsara
delicious matsiro
bad ratsy
bad-tasting ratsy tsiro
hot mamay
spicy masiaka
ripe masaka
to eat misakafo
to cook mahandro
meals sakafo
knife antsy
spoon sotro
fork forsety
Breakfast
bread mofo
butter dibera
jam confiture
eggs atody
milk ronono
Lunch and Dinner
beans tsaramaso
fried smoked beef kitoza
beef hen'omby
beef and vegetable stew romazava
cabbage laisoa
crab crabe
dessert desera
dinner sakafo hariva
duck gana
fish trondro
French fries frites
fruit voankazo
lobster homard
lunch sakafo atoandro
meat hena
noodles paty
pork hena kisoa
pork stew with manioc greens ravitoto
poultry vorona
potato ovy
rice vary
salad salady
sauce saosy
sausage saosisy
seafood hazan-drano
soup lasopy
steak bifteka
vegetables legumes
vegetable soup lasopy legumes
drinks
apple juice jus de pomme
beer labiera
coffee kafe
coke coca
fruit juice jus de fruits
hot chocolate kakao
orange juice jus d'orange, ranom-boasary
milk ronono
mineral water eau minerale
tea dite
rum raoma
wine divay
white wine divay fotsy
red wine divay mena
water rano


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.