Beckon: Verb /ˈbek.ən/ verb 1. [I or T]
The customs official beckoned the woman to his counter.
“Hey you!”, she called, beckoning me over with her finger.
It was always a gentle nudge beckoning me to persist with difficult situations.
She nudged me to beckon the committee forward through the entrance gateway.
2. [I] If something beckons, it attracts people:
If you beckoned me, I would have stopped whispering.