Something that looks, sounds or feels uncomfortable.
1. The fashions this year look extremely gudgy.

2. I knew Celine Dion's Christmas album was gudgy before I heard it.

3. I hate it when someone touches me on the side of my neck. It feels gudgy.
by Ceea June 20, 2009
(Highland Slang) Person hailing from Dingwall or immediate area.
I'm off for a pint with some gudgies I know.
by chird September 10, 2003
A man from Dingwall or surrounding areas. Often used in conjunction with other words such as walkeeeen and talkeeeen.
Hey you see that gudgie over there?!
by Gordys January 12, 2008
"gudgie" in old Scots meant a short stout fellow (Ref. Scottish Dictionary by John Jamieson 1840).
The word still remains in use in the North East of Scotland, most predominantly in Dingwall to refer to any type of fellow.
Other words derived from gudgie include: gudge, gudgie-coff, coff
"Who's that gudgie over there like?"
"Dunno mun, never seen um afore like"
by muirman February 20, 2014
gudgie coff or gadgie coff is a highland term for a person believe it or not, commonly heard in dingwall. The dingwall peoples aren't that bright, mostly inbred as well so have made up their own launaguage. To speak it right - hold your nose, fill your mouth full of marbles and speak from the back of your throat.
john: what like mun, whats the crack the day, going on the shot the night coff, here coff, who's that gadgie coff over there mun , never seen him before like ?

peter: auch no bad mun like, aye thats eh, eh, thats that gudgie coff, whats him name again like, eh, eh, aye thats gugdie from alness like mun. better be off now mun see-ya later like mun.
by jonathan maclennan June 3, 2006
(Highland Slang) Person hailing from Dingwall or immediate area. Longer version of gudgie.
Alright gudgie-coff, howsit going?
by chird September 10, 2003
when someone is getting on you nerves/annoying you.
Person 1: hahahaha
Person 2: Stop, you getting right on my gudgie!
by dunkbunk January 19, 2023