A father and daughter ignore each other.
An example of ignore is for a child to not pay attention to his little brother.
transitive verb-·nored′, -·nor′ing
- to disregard deliberately; pay no attention to; refuse to consider
- Law to reject (a bill of indictment) for lack of evidence
Origin of ignoreFrench ignorer from Classical Latin ignorare, to have no knowledge of, ignore from in-, not + base of gnarus, knowing from Indo-European base an unverified form ?n?-, an unverified form ?n?-, know
transitive verbig·nored, ig·nor·ing, ig·nores
Origin of ignoreFrench ignorer from Old French from Latin ignōrāre ; see gnō- in Indo-European roots.
(third-person singular simple present ignores, present participle ignoring, simple past and past participle ignored)
- To deliberately pay no attention to.
From French ignorer, from Latin ignorare (“to have no knowledge of, mistake, take no notice of, ignore”), from ignarus (“not knowing”), from in + gnarus (“knowing”), from **gnoscere, noscere; see know.