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."
by Carl Burnett April 29, 2005
Blitz is when you get a job or a task done in as little amount of time as possible. Also used as a term of doing thing in a fast pace doing things fast.
Craig "we'll blitz thru the cleaning & piss of home".

Martin "k001 lets blitz it so i can get some lovin from the misses".
by Gino Chiarella May 16, 2006
a. The german translation for lighting. If it were to be a nickname, then it would be one for an individual who is known for their impressive speed.

b. A guy who will completely sweep you off your feet. He's very intelligent with a unique personality. Very handsome with a great athletic physique. Has the unbelievable ability to stay on your mind and remind you that you are completely and utterly in love with him...Even when you know it's time to move on. Very loving and caring. Don't break his heart...because the only thing you'll get in return is a heartbreak of your own.
"Hey! That guy is going really fast... must be Blitz."

"Blitz, you deserve someone who will make you ultimately happy. I wish you the very best."
by Tefa March 08, 2010
When you rush things with a girl, you can be succesful or non-succesful. Used alot by cocky football jocks
Jock 1: Dude i heaed about you and Steph

Jock 2: She's so stiff but i decided to blitz and actually got a hand job
by Jock059 January 07, 2010
The process, action of altering or modifying a piece of uniform so that the desired result is achieved. The desired result in a piece of hat brass would be the edges are worn down by sandpaper, or some of the detail is taken out by sandpaper. The desired result in a pair of shoes would be that they are very shiny. you can Blitz out other things such as a shirt by ironing it very well, you can blitz out a room by cleaning it very well.
Did you see how blitzed out his shoes were.

I' am blitzing a piece of hat brass.

Make sure that your room's are blitzed for inspection tomorrow.
by Patrick Boyle October 15, 2007
It's the name given to a 5 min. game of tournament chess.
Tonight is a 6 round Blitz tournament at the chess club.
Each player has 5 min. on their clocks.
by LoneKiller December 16, 2012
When someone "calls" something you can say blitz to counter their "call". U can also use the "no blitz" that's when you call something. In order to be safe u say "no blitz" so no one can "blitz" your call.
"I call shotgun."

I call shotgun no blitz
by Big chode April 10, 2012

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