The Collaborative International Dictionary
Whelky \Whelk"y\, a.
Having whelks, ridges, or protuberances; hence, streaked; striated.
Shelly. ``Whelky pearls.''
a. 1 Having whelks, ridges, or protuberances. 2 streaked; striated
Usage examples of "whelky".
And finally Fess Ferenc voiced his thoughts for him: 'Me and the whelky Volse, we saw cores where the ice wasn't so thick.
I speak of the abominable whelky one, who disguised himself with pustules and was companion to the Ferenc.