While reading a short story, I came across a use of the word "buggy" that I'm not familiar with:
It’s a hot, buggy August morning, too early for lunch, so we find a deserted picnic table without much problem.
I found two definitions of buggy (Dictionary.com):
- infested with bugs.
- Slang. crazy; insane; peculiar.
To me, neither makes sense in this context. Why would anyone call a morning "buggy"? So I though maybe I'm missing something here. So my questions are:
- If it means one of the above, is it in a good sense or a bad sense. Does the sounds of bugs make it a lively morning or an annoying one, etc. Is it a lovely morning or a gloomy one?
- If it means/implies something else, how would you describe it?