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."