1. to go
- go bek (go back) to return
- go bikpela (go big fellow) to grow up
- go het (go head) to advance
- go glas (go glass) to go skin diving
- go limlimbur long ples (go amuse oneself) to go home for vacation
- go liv (go leave) to go on leave
- go long hos (go horse) to go horseback
- go lukautim abus (go look out meat) to go hunting
- go olgeta (go altogether) to leave for good
- go stan (go astern) to go in reverse
- go wantaim (go one time) to accompany
- Em i go long haus.
He went to the house.
- Em i go olgeta.
He left forever.
- go pas long to lead
- i go pinis to be gone
- inap i go nait until it was night
- Kisim pipia i go.
Take the rubbish away.
- Man i go pinis.
The man has gone. (also used to talk about a person leaving the country, especially a foreign contract officer)
- So i go i kam.
The saw goes back and forth.
- (can be repeated for emphasis)
Em i go i go i go inap em i kamap long haus.
He kept going until he came to the house.
2. to become (see kam)
- Diwai i go bikpela nau.
The tree is becoming bigger.