Press   
fanontana
[Rel. s. from manonta (tonta).] A press, a printing press. The word presy is more frequently used now. [Richardson 1885]
itampifina
mamenjafenja
to clutch, to grapple, to press, to squeeze. [Richardson 1885]
mamia
to squeeze, to press. Used of holding fast to a person, or squeezing grapes, sponges, etc. [Richardson 1885]
mamihina
to grasp, to clutch, to press, to hold, to embrace with both hands. [Richardson 1885]
to press, to clasp, to clutch [Hallanger 1973]
mamina
to press anything in the fingers or arms, or against the breast. [Richardson 1885]
mamozeka
to crowd, to throw in heaps, to press together (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
manaporitra
to squeeze, to crush, to press hard [Hallanger 1973]
presser, serrer; opprimer [Hallanger 1974]
mandetsy
to depress, to press down [Hallanger 1973]
presser, déprimer [Hallanger 1974]
mandodona
to urge, to press, to excite [Hallanger 1973]
presser, exciter à [Hallanger 1974]
manery
to press, to compell [Hallanger 1973]
presser; forcer [Hallanger 1974]
mangaika
fig. to press, to constrain, to force, to urge. Comp. [Richardson 1885]
manonta
to stamp; to press down on; to print [Hallanger 1973]
mitampify
to press against a wall, etc. [Richardson 1885]
to press close [Hallanger 1973]
mitampisaka
to shrink up of one's self, to appear flat, to press against the side of anything. See tampify (fify). [Richardson 1885]