1. A person who stalks or follows around others. Also someone who's a pedophile looking.
2. Violate; rape someone.
Can I Bello you?
A nickname given to a man with impecable looks, witty comebacks, guido style, HUGE muscles and who is commonly from an Italian decent. A short nickname that is given by one's paesans to he who is needed in such settings: a crowded nightclub, the line outside of that crowded nightclub, in a bar when ordering numerous drinks for rowdy Americans, on a guestlist where a catchy name is needed for those to remember when they are half in the bag and want to have a good time, in the bedroom with some whure, and in the gym when you casually see him flex.
::pronounced in a NY/italian/bronx tale accent::
"YO! BEL-LO!!!! I got dees broads ova heah, dey're fuh-kin bootiful, not fo nottin, but they ain't got id's. I'm tryin ta get one of dem on my brasciole heah, you wanna help me out and get dem inside the club comped? i'm tryin ta make a good impression, ya kno what i mean huh ::gives a witty punch to the shoulder and pops colar::"
The blending of the words "hello" and "bye" due to confusion and lack of preparedness in the setting of one saying goodbye to you when you are meeting them for the first time.
Suzanne: "Goodbye Robb"
1 hitting on all of the freshman in your school and subsequently denying it.
2.Acting like an unreasonable douche bag on every possible occasion seen fit.
3. A physical metaphorical word for douche bag.
Person 1: Dude you've been ditching me a lot man what the hell
Person 2: Sorry I've been playing b-ball and hanging with Jackie all day
Person 1: Dude that freshman whore, stop being a Bello
The last name of the notorious "Usman Bello", much feared by Internet Scammers for his(?) ability to infiltrate criminal communication networks, reroute Western Union Transfers (WUxfer) and appropriating the scammer's victims.
Alternatively, the last name of an particular Government Minister in Nigeria.
He has recently become part of the Nigerian Internet Scammer's "Scam" format, placed next to the (hallowed?) presence of Miriam Abacha of Nigeria, and Wang Qin of Taiwan.
"I just recieved an email from Mr. Bello... should I respond?"
Bello is a mushroom. A talking mushroom...
Julie: "Hey Bello, how's it going?"
Bello: "Not too bad."