Westy meaning

(dialectal) Dizzy, giddy, confused.
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(obsolete) Waste; desert.
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Origin of westy

  • From Middle English westi, westig (“desolate, deserted, lonely”), from Old English wēstiġ (“waste, deserted”), from wēste (“waste, desert”) + -iġ (“-y”). See waste.
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  • Origin obscure. Probably from Middle English westi (“desolate, deserted, lonely”) (see above), or possibly related to Scots weest (“depressed, uneasy, anxious”).
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