obstinate   
baibo
obstinate, stubborn, contumacious, headstrong, foolish. [Richardson 1885]
bibibiby
brutal, obstinate. [Richardson 1885]
bohihy
obstinate, perverse, forward, self-willed, contumacious; bohika, and bohiko, also used. [Richardson 1885]
boribory
obstinate [Richardson 1885, Hallanger 1973]
gaigy
imprudent, indiscreet, obstinate, mad [Richardson 1885]
gegy
imprudent, indiscreet, obstinate, foolish, mad. [Richardson 1885]
hafa fiaina
[fiaina (aina), life.] Eccentric, peculiar, obstinate, stubborn, headstrong. [Richardson 1885]
kirìna
obstinate [Hallanger 1973]
maditra
obstinate, pertinacious [Richardson 1885]
mibohihy
to be obstinate, intractable, or perverse. [Richardson 1885]
mibohy
to be stubborn, obstinate, or unyielding; to swell, to swagger; to assume an air of importance, to give one's self to airs. [Richardson 1885]
midity
to be sticking together; to be obstinate [Richardson 1885]
mifokafoka
obstinate. [Richardson 1885]
mihizingizina
to be obstinate, to insist on one's opinion [Hallanger 1973]
mikiribiby
to be obstinate in evil ways [Hallanger 1973]
mikiry
to be obstinate [Hallanger 1973]
mikitroka
to be thick or close together, to be obstinate [Hallanger 1973]
olona tsy misy famavany
a person who is obstinate or unreasonable. [Richardson 1885]