Igly is one of those words that isn’t in my Shorter Oxford Dictionary but it is one of a number of spellings of a word used to mean more ugly than ugly. It appears in Chaucer’s ‘Caterbury Tales’ during the Clerk’s Tale.
Ugsome is a more usual word and was frequent almost to the 17th century and was then revived by Sir Walter Scott in ‘The Antiquary’ (1816) – “Like an auld dog that trails its useless ugsome carcass into some bush or bracken.” Ugglesome and uglisome were 16th century versions.
This is ugglesome in action -
The Urban Dictionary defines igly as meaning both ugly and cute at the same time. In ehich case this is igly by my reckoning...
Igły is also a village in the administrative district of Gmina Stary Targ in northern Poland. I assume Igly isn’t igly.