There are 2 definitions of eggy in English:

eggy1

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adjective (eggier, eggiest)

  • Rich in or covered with egg: cod fried in an eggy batter
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    • A warm slice of this filling eggy potato dish was served with a blob of mayonnaise and a red pepper purée.
    • The dish comes with a mellow bowl of eggy soup, and it's just comfort in a bowl.
    • His homemade zabaglione is eggy and sweet.

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Word of the day coloratura
Pronunciation: ˌkələrəˈto͝orə
noun
elaborate ornamentation of a vocal melody

There are 2 definitions of eggy in English:

eggy2

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adjective (eggier, eggiest)

British informal
  • Annoyed; irritated.
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    • That's why I feel so eggy. They probably saved this afternoon to give us the works.
    • I'm sorry if you paid more for less car, but please don't get eggy and fly at me at every opportunity.

Origin

1930s: from egg2 + -y1.

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