Etymology 1 a. (lb en US and UK dialects chiefly Northern England and New England) clumsy, awkward, ungainly, klutzy.
Etymology 2 a. (lb en US and UK dialects chiefly Southern US) (alternative form of gaumy lang=en nodot=1) (gloss: sticky, smeared with something sticky; grimy)
Usage examples of «gormy».
You know how gormy she is, Andy―all the Wyndhams are gormy, accourse, but she’s got the rest of em beat seven ways to downtown.