Definition of drawky in English:

drawky

(also drachy)

adjective

Northern Irish
  • (of the weather) cold and rainy.

    ‘the day was drawky’
    • ‘The day was drawky, and hadn't an air of wind.’
    • ‘Farmers would be feart of a drawky day.’
    • ‘These are the drawky days.’

Origin

Early 19th century from dialect drawk ‘saturate with moisture’ + -y.

Pronunciation

drawky

/ˈdrɔːki/