Just a heads up tera'nganpu' have a problem pronouncing the home world Qo'noS. It isn't Kronos. But kho nosh. For some reason tera'nganpu' hear an "R".
The reason is that the American English r is produced in a very similar position to the Klingon Q and when the sound must be brought forward to pronounce a following vowel, the tongue and mouth pass through the shape used to pronounce an English r. Thus English speakers often hear an r sound in-between a Q and a following vowel, but never at the end of words and practically never when followed by a consonant.
Not that we know of.
The -be' second syllable just coincidentally looks like the verbal suffix -- this is a two-syllable root that you can't break down further into components.
Most verbs have just one syllable, but there are a number of two-syllable and multi-syllable nouns, this being one of them.