a. šáˁayk wa-ˁóbirk ˁeʸh wa-ˁámok heʸh whóde di-ḳáˁar tfoŝ wa-ḷaṭ teṭóhor ‘I ran to meet him and said: “Let’s go to my house so you can have dinner and then continue on your way”’ (CSOL II 20:45)
b. ṭahɛ́roʰ šouḥároʰ toˁobírin ˁéʸhen wa-ˀenkóˁoʰ díˀseʰ ˁougenóti ‘Then the woman went to meet them and brought out both her daughters’ (CSOL II 20:45)
‘To meet someone (ḷe-)’ (a, b).
The verb ˁóbir usually denotes an intentional meeting or going out to meet someone (unlike (Ia) ˁö́bor), see CSOL II 301, fn. 7.