kogò, og== v 1To avoid, such as doing something that might cause a scandle. Ogkogò ki ko oglopow to baloy ko mgo boi na-an dò ka nig-ugpò. Ko du-on insò ta, konò kid oglopow to solod to baloy ko warò iglukos dan oyow konò ki ogkabayungon. We avoid going inside a house if women are the only ones staying there. If we ask [about it], we won't go inside the house if their men are not there so that we won’t be falsely accused [of doing something wrong]. 1.1To be hesitatant to do something, such as when shy or too embarrased to express oneself. Ka otow no ogkogò ka ogkagì, su ogkasipod to ognangon to duma rin ko du-on og-awos din. Ogkakono-konò ka ognangon. [Such as] a person who hesitates to speak because he is shy to speak to his companion if he has [something] he needs. He is unable to speak up. Ka otow no konò ogkogò, ogparagas ka ognangon to tu-ud din. Konò ogkasipod sikandin. The person who is unhesitant (lit. not hesitant) [in speaking], he goes ahead and states his purpose. He is not ashamed. see: ogkakono-konò. 1.2To be finicky about something. Ka otow no ogkogò, konò din oggongon to batò no iam pad niglosut su ogkaligsoman to langosa. A person who is finicky, won’t touch a baby (lit. child) who has been newly delivered because he will become contaminated (lit. dirtied) by the blood. 2To cause to avoid something, such as a law against touching something unclean or doing something that would be against the culture. see: sapad 1.