I think that it's rather a misspelling of dziwny = strange, odd
But as my colleagues say, without any context it isn't easy to predict the meaning.
Do you disagree that these words are uncommon?
Majlo, why? Do you disagree that these words are uncommon? Or do you find my last post unintelligible?
I think most people would use the word dziwki rather than dziwy, and so do I. Hence dziwki is more natural to me, or more popular, if you like.
And by the way, I believe it's Polish, not "polish".
Uh, I meant the usage of an augmentative form is very common in a variety of regional lingos, not the word dziwy.(...) if all that is not the case, then the word dziwy was simply an augmentative thing [in regard to word dziwki, but like a bit cooler hehehe], a very common lingo/slang usage.