change   
dimby
succession, substitution, change; a child. See solo, sosoka [Richardson 1885]
famerim-bola
change returned in a transaction [Hallanger 1973]
herim-bola
change returned in a transaction [Hallanger 1973]
mampody
to bring home, to send home; to change into something else [Hallanger 1973]
Changer [Abinal 1888, Hallanger 1974]
manova
to change [Hallanger 1973]
changer, modifier [Hallanger 1974]
midiso
to move, to change place, to be put back (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
mifindra
to remove, to change place, to migrate [Richardson 1885]
to move, to change place [Hallanger 1973]
changer de place, se mouvoir [Hallanger 1974]
miova
to change [Hallanger 1973]
changer, se changer [Hallanger 1974]
mody
to go home, to return; to change into something else; to pretend [Hallanger 1973]
rentrer chez soi, retourner à la maison; se changer ou muer; prétendre [Hallanger 1974]

change   
avadika
qu’on change de côté, qu’on tourne, qu’on met à l'envers, qu'on chavire [Abinal 1888]
dont on change le sujet (conversation) [Hallanger 1974]
miova
changer, se changer [Hallanger 1974]
changé, changer [SLP 1986]
mpihafahafa
celui qui change [Abinal 1888]
pañova
Duplicateur, celui qui change [Poirot & Santio: Vezo]
pibalihaoke
Celui qui change, retourne sa veste, traître [Poirot & Santio: Vezo]
piova
Ce qui change [Poirot & Santio: Vezo]
tafahafahafa
qui a changé [Abinal 1888]