Adjective. Happily intoxicated. The Irish and British use this term to describe a state of alcohol-induced well being. Scholars believe this word originated in pubs as patrons began combining the terms "ale" and "inebriated."
After drinking heavily on the golf course, David said to his playing companion: "Chris, I'm alebriated."
Noun. 1. Musical genre often referred to as "Bass and Banjo." It is a Combination of hip hop/rap and country western musical styles. Etymological root: "HIP Hop" and "HONKey Tonk" combination.
Although many music historians believe "Cotton-Eyed Joe" to be the seminal Hip Honk masterpiece, most musicians credit Akon's "Locked Up" to be the first precursor to this style. Toby Keith, although primarily a country western musician, is the most prolific hip honk artist.