Search results for "Disobey"

ebbereejeadjincorrigible; having irreparable bad behaviourOmwana gefuuye bbereeje, nolumuŋa amagesi otye sacusaho episa jije kadi.The child is incorrigible, however much he is advised, he never changes his bad behaviour., immoral4.5.4.6Rebel against authority3.3.1.7Stubbornohwetaamo ebbereejevIdiom. be rebellious4.5.4.2Disobey4.8.2Fight4.8.1.1Oppose4.5.4.6Rebel against authority3.3.1.7Stubborn3.

ehigubba2ebigubbanincorrigible, disobedient person; s.b. who does not listen to other people’s advice4.5.4.2Disobey4.5.4.6Rebel against authority3.3.1.7Stubborn

malimbeabamalimben1obstinate, disobedient, unsubmissive, stubborn person who rebels against authority4.5.4.2Disobey4.5.4.6Rebel against authority3.3.1.7Stubborn2person who is insensitive about what is said about them and who does not take advice from others3., bored3. care3.2.6.1Forget3deaf person; s.b. who does not hear2.5.4.3Deaf

masiipeabamasiipen1obstinate, disobedient, unsubmissive, stubborn person who rebels against authority4.5.4.2Disobey4.5.4.6Rebel against authority3.3.1.7Stubborn2deaf person2.5.4.3Deaf

nameegalenameegalen1deaf person, esp. a woman, who does not hear2.5.4.3Deaf2unsubmissive person; s.b. who pays a deaf ear to authority4.5.4.2Disobey4.5.4.6Rebel against authority3.3.1.7Stubborn

obusiŋa1ndisobedienceOmwana omusiŋa saatumiha.A disobedient child is difficult to send on errands. against authority3.3.1.7Stubborn

ohuŋulirav1hear; perceive s.t. using earsOhuŋulira ehide ni hifuga.To hear the ringing of the bell.2.3.2Hear2hear a case4.7.6Judge, render a verdict3feel; experience in the body or the mind, e.g., feel pain or feel bad emotionallyOhuŋulira bulaŋi.Feel no pain.Ohuŋulira bubi mugati mula.Feel bad in mind.2.3.5Sense of touch3.4EmotionohuŋulirisavIdiom. listen2.3.2.1Listenohuŋulirisaniavbe in agreement with4.8.4.4Negotiate4.1.5Unity3.2.5.4Agree with someoneohutaŋuliravdisobey; not hear or heed advice given4.5.4.2Disobey3. against authority3.3.1.7Stubborn

ohusiravreject, boycott; refuse to accept or do s.t. in a sulky, impolite mannerOmwana asirire emere.The child refused food.Abahwe basirire emaali.The in-laws reject the bride wealth. to do something3. against authority3.3.1.7Stubbornohutasiravhave a strong opinion or conviction, have no doubts; believe s.t. strongly3.2.5Opinion3.2.5.1Believe
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