A word supposedly originating from "belligerent", now used completely out of context by frequently intoxicated college students at American Universities (especially Georgetown University).
It's so belig to use the word 'belig' that it makes me want to vom.
by C.A.B. (Committee Against Belig) April 16, 2005
Pronounced "buh lidge," this is when an individual gets so intoxicated (usually by alcohol,) that they can become a bit violent or offensive, though mostly by accident. It's kind of like being overzealous and touchy while being drunk.
Oh my god. Today was so difficult I really just want to get belig!
by CVD84 July 25, 2006
Stemming from the skim crown in southern British Columbia, this word is the most efficient way to explain extreme inebriation or "gettin' black". Some believe it is short form for the word "belligerent", but this is untrue. Greasy American tourist have overheard the locals and taken it out of context.
Last night was so belig, we were sniffin' moisties all over the place!
by ktownkillakdub February 05, 2010