Definition of skody in English:

skody

adjective

NZ
informal
  • Dirty and unpleasant; unattractive.

    ‘you drove us half an hour to take us to some skody bar?’
    • ‘She's in some skody flat with these druggies.’
    • ‘We met in some skody expat bar.’
    • ‘They'd organised some skody sausage sizzle.’
    • ‘We found a rather skody pub full of students in heavy metal t-shirts.’
    • ‘They look like they threw some skody old tie-dye t-shirts on mere seconds before galloping on-stage.’

Origin

Early 21st century: of uncertain origin.

Pronunciation

skody

/ˈskəʊdi/