twist   
adiditra
used of that which is to be twisted or rolled, as tobacco leaves, etc. [Richardson 1885]
aolana
to be twisted, to be taken by seizure of the hand. [Richardson 1885]
to be twisted [Hallanger 1973]
dadimina
to be encircled or wreathed by a climbing plant, to be tied, to be twisted [Richardson 1885]
didifana
to be rolled, to be twisted (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
diditra
rolling, twisting. See [Richardson 1885]
fadidirana
to be entangled, to be twisted on something. [Richardson 1885]
fotanina
to be twisted [Richardson 1885]
mamotana
to twist a cord round something, to twist tobacco leaves, etc. [Richardson 1885]
manady
to twist, to make a rope by twisting [Richardson 1885]
to twist into rope [Hallanger 1973]
manangita
to twist a cord, or to frizz hair [Richardson 1885]
manatady
to twist, to make a rope by twisting [Richardson 1885]
to twist into rope [Hallanger 1973]
mandadina
to twist, to wreathe, to entwine, to tie [Richardson 1885]
mandiditra
to twist or roll (Prov.) [Richardson 1885]
mandrandrana
to plait, to twist. [Richardson 1885]
manolakolaka
to twist the meaning [Hallanger 1973]
manolana
to twist rope [Richardson 1885]
to twist, to complicate [Hallanger 1973]
manolika
miolana
to twist; to take by seizure of the hand. [Richardson 1885]
to twist [Hallanger 1973]
mitady
twisted [Richardson 1885]
ngita
woolly hair; well twisted cord. Comp. tso-bolo (tsotra). [Richardson 1885]
kinky (of hair); well-twisted (of rope) [Hallanger 1973]
ngitaina
to be twisted well. Used of cord. [Richardson 1885]
olana
twisting [Richardson 1885]
a twisting; a strand in a rope; a problem [Hallanger 1973]
tadina
to be twisted into a cord or rope [Richardson 1885]
to be twisted into rope [Hallanger 1973]
vailanina
twisted, warped [Hallanger 1973]
voadadina
twisted round, encircled [Richardson 1885]
voaolana
twisted, wound [Richardson 1885]
voarandrana
plaited, folded, twisted. [Richardson 1885]