Rammy
Rammy Ram"my (r[a^]m"m[y^]), a. Like a ram; rammish. --Burton. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • rammy — (adj.) c.1600, from RAM (Cf. ram) (n.) + Y (Cf. y) (2). Related: Ramminess …   Etymology dictionary

  • rammy — [“raemi] mod. sexually excited or aroused. (Refers to the ram, a symbol of arousal.) □ Fred was looking a little rammy, so I excused myself and left. □ Your rammy boyfriend is on the telephone …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • rammy — adjective /ˈɹami/ a) Of a food, taste, odour etc: like a ram; pungent, rank. Galen takes exception at mutton, but without question he means that rammy mutton which is in Turkey and Asia Minor [...]. b) Frisky, lecherous …   Wiktionary

  • rammy — I Scottish Vernacular Dictionary A fight, conflict, disturbanceThere wis a right rammy efter ra gemm</> II Scottish Vernacular Dictionary an empty ginger boatle worth 20p …   English dialects glossary

  • Rammy — Really grouchy, grumpy, mad, annoying. Why is Miranda so RAMMY at me? I only lost her favorite pair of shoes! …   Dictionary of american slang

  • Rammy — Really grouchy, grumpy, mad, annoying. Why is Miranda so RAMMY at me? I only lost her favorite pair of shoes! …   Dictionary of american slang

  • rammy — n. (Scottish Slang) loud argument, noisy fight …   English contemporary dictionary

  • rammy — noun (plural rammies) Scottish a quarrel or brawl. Origin 1930s: perh. from Scots rammle row, uproar , var. of ramble …   English new terms dictionary

  • rammy — Adj. Vile, unsavoury, rotten …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • rammy — ram·my …   English syllables

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