Meaning of agaty in English:

agaty

Pronunciation /ˈaɡəti/

adjective

(also agatey)
  • Of the nature of, containing, or resembling agate.

    In later use chiefly figurative, with reference to the eyes: hard, gimlety.

Origin

Early 18th century; earliest use found in John Woodward (d. 1728), physician, natural historian, and antiquary. From agate + -y.