Definition of rammelly in US English:

rammelly

(also rambly)

adjective

English Regional, Midlands
  • Of earth, soil, etc.: infertile; hard and stony; gravelly, rubbly; composed of loosely mixed clay, sand, and gravel.

Origin

Early 19th century. From rammel + -y.

Pronunciation

rammelly

/ˈram(ə)li/