flamy etymology

English word flamy comes from English flame, English -y

Detailed word origin of flamy

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
flame English (eng) (Internet) Intentionally insulting criticism or remark meant to incite anger.. (music, chiefly, lutherie) The contrasting light and dark figure seen in wood used for stringed instrument making; the curl.. A brilliant reddish orange-gold fiery colour. flame colour: . A romantic partner or lover in a usually short-lived but passionate affair.. Burning zeal, passion, imagination, excitement, or [...]
-y English (eng) Forming abstract nouns denoting a state, condition, or quality.. Used in the name of some locations which end in -ia in Latin. Forming diminutive nouns. Also used for familiar and pet names as a term of endearment. Added to nouns and adjectives to form adjectives meaning “having the quality of”.. Added to verbs to form adjectives meaning "inclined to".
flamy English (eng) Composed of flame. Flamelike, flame-colored. Flaming, blazing.

Words with the same origin as flamy

Descendants of flame
Descendants of -y
andy apply bags bunny crazy creepy dummy funny handy healthy heavy kitty mommy pretty pussy risky rocky rusty scary sexy shitty skinny sonny tiny tony