Meaning of FOZY in English

FOZY

-zi adjective

( usually -er/-est )

Etymology: Dutch voos spongy and light-textured + English -y; akin to Old Norse fauskr rotten log, Old English fūl foul — more at foul

1. chiefly Scotland , of a vegetable : spongy and light-textured : overgrown

2. chiefly Scotland , of a person

a. : fat and bloated : obese

b. : dull-witted and insipid : fatheaded

Webster's New International English Dictionary.      Новый международный словарь английского языка Webster.