Chinglish, "Niu" (pronouce as NEW) means cow in Chinese, people also use it to discribe someone is great, awesome, genius. "Bi" (pronouce as BEE) means pussy or female genital. Chinese like to use it to refer to a unnamed people; similar to "guy", "dude" used in slang. When "Niu" and "Bi" combined it means "someone awesome". People also use "Niubi" as an adjective to discribe or express someone or something is great.
Niubilization means someone or someting is becoming excellent.
A: XiaoLi is very Niu these days, he just got another two million contract signed.
B: WOW, with his niubilization, he will get promote soon.
by stonestaruniverse April 17, 2014
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It's a Chinglish. In Chinese Niu means cow,which also means that someone is very capable.Bi(pronunciation Bee),which is used to refer a person rudely,means pussy or fomally genital.
Many people think they are full of niubility, and like to play zhuangbility, which only reflect their shability.
by Luo Mengyu December 3, 2007
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Niubility, often spelled as newbility, is a Chinglish noun describing formidability, incredibility or awesomeness. It derived from the Mandarin Chinese vulgar term "niubi/newby" which literally translates to cattle's cunt or cow's pussy. It is believed that the word Niubi, was made an adjective in the late 19th century by an imperial accident. The term niubility is often used to show astonishment or praise but can also be used for sarcastic effects. Other derivatives of niubi/newby include newber, newbable and newbilization.
You can see the niubility oozing out of Usain Bolt as he eased through the finish line.
by newber December 30, 2008
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he is so niubility
by wave23 March 30, 2009
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