What does grimey mean?

Dirty, soiled.
sure it could mean soiled, dirty....but don't they use that word also in Scotland, Ireland? Like, when someone gets upset at someone and then they use that word...(..grimey, John, why did you push me for? ) (something like that). OR is that word spelled differently?
It means "covered with grime". Grime is a sticky, oily, clingy sort of dirt. I would call a dusty book (for instance) grimey.

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