Messy, frayed. Un-ordered in appearance or behavior. Resembling a rag.
Originally meant to describe clothing, and so now particulary appropriate as an adjective used to describe any non-clothing article.
First known appearance: Buffalo, New York, Depew train station, as observed by the author, "Portable Road". (Pub. 1999)
"take yo ragly ass up out my place." (Portable Road, 1999)
Colloquial version of "raggedy" common to African-American Vernacular English.
This ol' ragly car ain't worth a col' drink.
Something that is lacking in coolness in every way.
Plo, dude, quit bein' ragly and don't be afraid to take a sheist in someone else's house