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si-og [si-óg] 1vi To push, shove, elbow each other in a crowd. Nagris-ugan sinra pasaka sa barko para makabaoy it tiheras. They pushed and shoved going up into the boat so they could get folding cots. (sem. domains: 7.7 - Physical impact.) 2vt To intentionally push and shove to; To push, cram something into a place to make room for something else. tulak Iris-og nimo kinang payay it kamada para mahusto kag tanan nak sako it payay. Shove the rice together so all the sacks of rice will fit. (sem. domains: 7.7 - Physical impact.)