adjective, pawk·i·er, pawk·i·est. Chiefly British.
Origin of pawky
Related formspawk·i·ly, adverbpawk·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for pawky
His bon hommie is unique; he has a rich, pawky humour, which with his own countrymen is almost worshipped.Western Worthies|J. Stephen Jeans
The operatic villain shook his locks, his eyes full of pawky cunning.The Big Bow Mystery|I. Zangwill
One of my pawky friends once gave me a book called "Fishin' Jimmy."
What a lot of quiet fun and pawky jokes there would be passing round.Playing With Fire|Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
Not that I know what pawky means, but it seems a word I ought to use at once, now we are on Scottish soil.The Heather-Moon|C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson