Definition of drummy in English:

drummy

adjective

  • 1Resembling or suggestive of a drum, especially in sound; hollow.

  • 2Of earth, rock, etc.: hollow-sounding when tapped or trodden upon, frequently with the implication of being unsteady or unsafe. Now chiefly Australian.

  • 3Characterized by the playing of a drum or drums; in which drumming features prominently.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in John Owen (1616–1683), theologian and Independent minister. From drum + -y.

Pronunciation

drummy

/ˈdrʌmi/