beckon to

beckon to someone

to signal someone to come. Wally beckoned to Sally, and she came over to him. Lily beckoned to Max and he turned his back on her.
References in classic literature ?
Squalor and tragedy can beckon to all that is great in us, and strengthen the wings of love.
An unintentional cry of Joy escaped the Youth, he let his Zither fall, and with extended arms he called out the name of the enigmatical Being, who seemed to stoop lovingly to him and beckon to him in a friendly manner; indeed, if his ear did not deceive him, she called his name with unutterable sweet Whispers, proper to love.
Brands like Sky, Union Bank, Coca-Cola, Microsoft and Gap are using Beckon to realize the benefits of managing and analyzing large volumes of disparate data with speed and agility," said Zeszut.
color) Bunnies and jelly beans in an Easter display beckon to holiday shoppers Friday at a Target store in Granada Hills.
Instead, new research indicates that most eggs actively beckon to would-be partners, releasing an as-yet-unidentified chemical to lure sperm cells.
Wireless prepaid and enhanced wireless services beckon to DA and