[noo-bil, -bahyl, nyoo-] /ˈnu bɪl, -baɪl, ˈnyu-/
(of a young woman) suitable for marriage, especially in regard to age or physical development; marriageable.
(of a young person, usually a woman) sexually developed and attractive:
the nubile girls in their bikinis.
adjective (of a girl or woman)
ready or suitable for marriage by virtue of age or maturity
1640s, “marriageable” (said of a woman), from French nubile (16c.) or directly from Latin nubilis “marriageable,” from stem of nubere “take as husband” (see nuptial). In sense of “young and sexually attractive” from 1973. Related: Nubility.
[noo-buh-luh s, nyoo-] /ˈnu bə ləs, ˈnyu-/ adjective 1. cloudy or foggy. 2. obscure or vague; indefinite.
/ˈnjuːˌbʌk/ noun 1. (sometimes not capital) leather that has been rubbed on the flesh side of the skin to give it a fine velvet-like finish noun an aniline-dyed leather with its finished surface buffed to a slight nap or suede-like appearance
The proprietary expansion bus used on Apple Macintosh personal computers. (1995-02-03)