German: A flash of lightning. Used to illustrate extremely high speed.
"The führer gave orders to start a blitzkrieg." (krieg=war)
von Krazy Kraut 18. Januar 2004
getting high; the result of inhaling too much smoke or smoking too much weed
yo i drank last nite and got so blitz!
von nicholas 13. Juli 2003
The Blitz referes to the Season 5 episode (aired on Monday Nov 22) of How I Met Your Mother, when one person leaves the group for any period of time and something amazing happens. You can pass on the Blitz from being part of the group when somthing amazing does happen, but another person from the group had to leave between 2-30 minutes prior to that amazing thing happening.
Robin: Barney! where did you go you missed it!
Barney: Missed what?!
Robin: We were in the thanksgiving parade!
(Prior Blitz): yea and i was there!
Barney: Awwww man!!

(Barney becomes the blitz)
von Enigma54139 29. November 2010
from the german word "blitzkrieg", meaning lightning (a very offensive-minded war strategy developed by the germans in WW2 that advocated quick control of your enemy's territory through fast and violent military bombardment; usually combining land and air attacks).

Used in football terminology to denoted a defensive play in which many defensive players are used to try and break through the offensive line (the line protecting the quarterbacks and running backs). A Blitz usually leaves the defence vulnerable to passing plays, but it also cuts down on the time the quarterback has to throw the ball (it's main purpose is to put pressure on the quarterback or sack the quarterback).
The defence really got good penetration on that blitz.
von Rayl 24. November 2003
Totally out of it; usually weed and alcohol related, but can also be from a lack of sleep or something that happened.

Usually invokes a feeling of separation from life, like you're the only one and everyone else is moving around you. Time usually seems warped, and stupid things are suddenly hilarious.
Dude.. me and some buddies got some weed, we were so blitzed!

I can't do this test, I didn't get enough sleep so I'm totally blitzed.

Don't bother talking to Frederick, that chick asked him out and he's blitzing.
von Zantraenax 14. Oktober 2009
the counter to the "Shotty" rule, a mad dash for the front seat of a vehicle, when two persons are in competition for the front passenger seat and the first person calls "Shotty" the second person can call "Blitz" (one may call shotty no-blitz to prevent the blitz rule from being valid)
"Shotty!"
"Blitz" (both dash for car)
von L.Czemba 13. Januar 2004
Also Blitz. (From BlitzMail, the trademarked name of an e-mail client developed at Dartmouth College in 1987 and still used by the students and alumni of Dartmouth, Reed College, and Washington College, as well as many residents of New Hampshire and Vermont's Upper Valley.)

1. (verb, transitive) To send (someone) an e-mail message or file, especially via the BlitzMail program.

2. (noun) An e-mail message, especially one received via the BlitzMail program.
1. "Hey Ben, would you blitz me an mp3 of that Metallica song we were just listening to?"

2. "Man, I've only been away for an hour and I have like 30 new blitzes."
von Carl Burnett 29. April 2005

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