Meaning of plisky in English:

plisky

Pronunciation /ˈplɪski/

noun

dialect Scottish, Irish, British
  • 1A mischievous trick; a frolic.

  • 2An awkward or distressing situation; a predicament.

adjective

dialect Scottish, Irish, British
  • Mischievous; full of tricks; sly or underhand.

Origin

Early 18th century; earliest use found in Scottish Antiquary. Origin unknown.