Definition of Wessi in English:

Wessi

Syllabification: Wes·si
Pronunciation: /ˈwesē, ˈvesē
 
/
informal

noun

A citizen of West Germany. Compare with Ossi.
More example sentences
  • It actually makes me angry to hear Wessis making jokes about the Ossis or criticizing them for whatever reason.
  • Ossis and Wessis, as East and West Germans are called, get along just fine in Berlin these days, he insisted.
  • ‘When I realized Ossis and Wessis were growing further apart, I had to illustrate that,’ she said.

Origin

probably from German Westdeutsche 'West German'.

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