Etymology
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rainy (adj.)

"abounding with or giving out rain," Middle English reini, from Old English renig; see rain (n.) + -y (2). Rainy day in a figurative sense of "a time of greater need or clouded fortunes" is by 1570s.

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Definitions of rainy

rainy (adj.)
(of weather) wet by periods of rain;
rainy days
Synonyms: showery
From wordnet.princeton.edu