Meaning of exies in English:

exies

noun

(also aixes)
dialect, rare Scottish, British
  • Originally: the disease ague (malaria). Later also (in extended use): hysterics; great excitement.

Pronunciation

exies

/ˈɛksiːz/ /ˈɛksɪz/

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Alexander Montgomerie (c1550–1598), poet and courtier. Originally a northern and Scots variant of access.