Definition of josser in English:

josser

noun

British
informal
  • A man, typically an old man or one regarded with some contempt:

    ‘an old josser’
    • ‘A few minutes later a friend joined pinky but she didn't divulge the story of the old josser.’
    • ‘The success of Giffords ensured that she would never feel like a josser (slang for simpleton) again.’
    • ‘Not bad for three old jossers wandering along country lanes for a few hours!’

Origin

Late 19th century (in Australian sense ‘a clergyman’): from joss + -er.

Pronunciation:

josser

/ˈdʒɒsə/