Definition of dwamy in English:

dwamy

adjective

Scottish, Northern Irish
  • Feeling faint or close to losing consciousness.

    ‘you're looking dwamy, is there anything wrong?’
    • ‘She goes to her bed in a soft, dwamy condition.’
    • ‘The atmosphere this week was a little "bedraggled" and most people, he said, were feeling "dwamy".’
    • ‘It starts with a tightness that gets tighter, and you get dwamy and weak about the knees.’
    • ‘For fear that she might get dwamy again, he slipped his arm round her waist.’
    • ‘Dwamy and startled are Cordelia's standard expressions.’

Origin

Early 20th century from dwam + -y.

Pronunciation

dwamy

/ˈdwɑːmi/