Definition of pily in US English:

pily

(also piley)

adjective

Scottish
  • 1Originally Scottish. Of a fabric: having a pile or nap. Now rare.

  • 2Of a dog's coat: comprising a mixture of short, soft hairs and longer, stiffer ones.

Origin

Early 16th century. From pile + -y.

Pronunciation

pily

/ˈpʌɪli/