The Exis (pronounced "Exies") were a youth movement in Hamburg, Germany, in the 1950s. The Exis took their name from the existentialist movement, and were influenced by its chief proponents, Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus. There are similar German nicknames for other movements, such as "Sozis" ( Socialists) and the " Nazis" (National Socialists).
Exi or EXI has several meanings including:
- Exi (subculture)
- Excursion Inlet Seaplane Base
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- EXI Wireless
- Toyota EX-I