Definition of rammy in English:

rammy

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Pronunciation: /ˈrami
 
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noun (plural rammies)

Scottish
A quarrel or brawl: they started a rammy at the taxi rank ‘Keep the rammy doon, I’m trying to kip.’
More example sentences
  • That was about right for a man who likes settling scores, albeit these days with goals rather than rammies.
  • This precipitated an almighty rammy in which no fewer than 15 players turned a football match into a pushing match.
  • In this vein, at least the subsequent rammy injected some life.

Origin

1930s: perhaps from Scots rammle 'row, uproar', variant of ramble.

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