Definition of drouthy in English:

drouthy

adjective

Scottish
dialect
  • 1Characterized by a drought or lack of rain.

    ‘August was hot and drouthy’
  • 2Thirsty.

    ‘they were soon packing in the drouthy carters and other serious drinkers’

Origin

Early 17th century: variant of droughty.

Pronunciation

drouthy

/ˈdruːθi/