- noun (plural Westies) informal a West Highland terrier.
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Westie — Westie, or Westy may refer to: * Westy, a suburban district in Warrington, England * The Westies, a gang from New York City in the United States of America * The Westies (Blanchardstown), were an Irish gang from Blanchardstown in Dublin. * West… … Wikipedia
Westie — West Highland White Terrier West Highland White Terrier … Wikipédia en Français
Westie — West Highland White Terrier FCI Standard Nr. 85 Patronat Großbritannien Klassifikation FCI Gruppe 3 Terrier. Sektion 2 Niederläufige Terrier … Deutsch Wikipedia
Westie — 1. (derogatory) person from the western suburbs of Sydney, usually characterised as being unsophisticated, uncouth, and typically wearing certain distinguishing items of clothing, as flannelette shirts and ugh boots. The word is applied… … Dictionary of Australian slang
westie — Australian Slang 1. (derogatory) person from the western suburbs of Sydney, usually characterised as being unsophisticated, uncouth, and typically wearing certain distinguishing items of clothing, as flannelette shirts and ugh boots. The word is… … English dialects glossary
westie — /ˈwɛsti / (say westee) (also upper case) Chiefly NSW Colloquial (mildly derogatory) –noun 1. a person, generally from an outer suburb of a city or town and from a lower socio economic background, viewed as uncultured. Compare barry2, bennie,… … Australian English dictionary
westie — noun a) An inhabitant of the western suburbs of a town or city. Often refers to a lower income person. I havent heard this since I left Sydneys western suburbs (yes, I was once a westie), many long years ago. b) Nickname for the breed of dogs … Wiktionary
Westie — noun Date: 1959 West Highland white terrier … New Collegiate Dictionary
Westie — /wes tee/, n. See West Highland white terrier. * * * … Universalium
Westie — noun a) Nickname for the breed of dogs. The Westies in the crowd went wild when Matthew took the stage and sang Happy. b) An inhabitant of the western suburbs of Auckland … Wiktionary