This term is the anagram of the Chinese phrase “给利奥” (pronounced the same as “给力噢,” meaning “awesome, cool”). First used by a vlogger on short video platform kuaishou.com, this term often appears at the end of a sentence as an exclamation to praise other people or cheer them or oneself up.
Mǎshàng jiùyào lìshǐ qīmòkǎo le，wǒ háiyǒu jǐběn lǎoshī guīdìng de bìdú shū méi kàn wán。
The final exam for history is imminent, but I haven’t yet finished reading the books the teacher assigned as must-read.
Búshì háiyǒu shítiān ma，jīntiān kāishǐ tiǎo dēng yèzhàn a。Aolìgěi！
Aren’t there 10 more days before the exam? You can start studying late into the night from today. Come on!