Definition of Weser in English:

Weser

proper noun

  • A river of north-western Germany, which is formed at the junction of the Werra and Fulda Rivers in Lower Saxony and flows 292 km (182 miles) northwards to the North Sea near Bremerhaven.

Pronunciation

Weser

/ˈveːzɐ//ˈveɪzə/