Meaning of daddocky in English:

daddocky

Pronunciation /ˈdadəki/

adjective

(also darriky)
dialect British, Midlands English
  • Especially of wood: decayed, rotten; soft or weak with decay; (sometimes more generally) spoiled with moisture, mouldy.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in Francis Grose (d. 1791), antiquary. From daddock + -y.