Search result(s) - manínggol

manínggol

Hiligaynon

Docile, obedient, submissive, submitting, yielding, dutiful, but mostly used in the negative form dìmanínggol-stubborn, disobedient, headstrong, obdurate, intractable. (see tínggol, panínggol).



balít-ad

Hiligaynon

(B) Stubborn, disobedient, unheeding, refractory, unruly, wilful, perverse, self-willed; to be or become stubborn, etc. Balít-ad nga táo, bátà, etc. A stubborn person, child, etc. Indì ka magbalít-ad. Don't be stubborn. Indì mo akó pagbalit-arán. Don't be stubborn with me. Iníng bátà maáyo sádto, ápang karón nagbalít-ad. This child used to be good before, but now it has become refractory or wilful. Indì ko siá pagbatónon, kay nabalit-arán akó sa íya. I will not receive him, for he is too unruly for me. (see batinggílan, , manínggol, kabalán).


panínggol

Hiligaynon

To move, affect, stir, scare, deter; to listen to, pay attention to, desist, yield, be scared or deterred. Inâ walâ makapanínggol sa íla. That did not move or deter them. That made no impression on them. Indì na siá manínggol (magpanínggol) sang dakû nga kapíot kag kalisdánan. He does not allow himself any longer to be deterred by the great hardships and difficulties (involved). Walâ silá magpanínggol sang dakû nga túgnaw. They did not desist in spite of the great cold. (see tínggol, dîmanínggol, patubalíng, patubaríng, paubág, pasúpil).


dîmanínggol

Hiligaynon

Headstrong, stubborn, unyielding, obstinate, obdurate, self-willed, unheeding, deaf to admonitions, commands or advice, tenacious, perverse, refractory, dogged. (see dîmawáding).


alipátwon

Hiligaynon

Stubborn, undisciplined, turning a deaf ear to, unheedful, unheeding. (see batinggílan, dìmanínggol).


batinggílan

Hiligaynon

Stubborn, perverse, dogged, sullen, sulky, obstinate, mulish, disobedient, wilful, self-willed, unyielding, strong-headed, pig-headed; to be or become stubborn, etc. Sán-o pa ikáw magbatinggílan? When did you become so stubborn? Sádto maáyo siá nga bátà, ápang karón nagbatinggílan. He was a good boy before, but now he has become wilful. (see dîmanínggol, balít-ad, paganót).


dîmawáding

Hiligaynon

Firm, unshakeable; stubborn. (see dîmanínggol).


kaálay

Hiligaynon

Stiffness of limbs from being tired or overworked; toughness, stubbornness, heedlessness. (see álay, kaúlul, pagkabatinggílan, pagkadìmanínggol).


padulóy

Hiligaynon

To be heedless, stubborn, act as if one were deaf, be deaf to, be unruly, untractable. (see paganót, pabungúl, batinggílan, dìmanínggol).


tínggol

Hiligaynon

To yield, submit, listen to, pay attention. (see panínggol, dîmanínggol).