adjective, dip·pi·er, dip·pi·est. Slang.
Origin of dippy
Examples from the Web for dippy
If all amateur gardeners are apt to go so dippy over it, I hope I don't catch the disease.The House of Torchy|Sewell Ford
Now say, you'd thought most anyone would have dropped for a hint like that, dippy or not.
Dippy was fast asleep in the sunshine, as if he, too, realized that the garden was not so alluring by morning light.
Tippy settled down at once, but Dippy had to have his head rubbed for some minutes before he began to purr contentedly.
I thought I was in good trim then, until that dippy old snoozer had rushed me for about twenty-five goals.