🌏 Region(s): Kyushu (Kumamoto)
べーろ : beero | define meaning
Variant of the common Kyushu form べろ. While the term べろ bero exists in standard Japanese, it refers more specifically to a tongue sticking out, and is often marked as an informal or colloquial term in reference works. Related standard onomatopoeia include: べろべろ berobero or べろんべろん beronberon "licking". Derived compounds include: くちびる【唇】 kuchibiru "lips" (Hachijo: kuchibiro and kuchibero); はなびら【花びら】 hanabira "flower petal".