What does のそ mean in this picture?
A friend of mine said that it was "a moment later...", but I'm not really sure if that's the real meaning. What does this annotation mean?
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「のそ」 is an onomatopoeic word describing a slow walk, slow body movements, etc.
We also use 「のそのそ」 and 「のそりのそり」.
You can forget "a moment later" for good.