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Adjective: wee (weer,weest)  wee
  1. [informal] Little or tiny
    "a wee tot";
    - bitty [informal], bittie [informal], teensy [informal], teentsy [informal], teeny [informal], weeny [informal], weensy [informal], teensy-weensy [informal], teeny-weeny [informal], itty-bitty [informal], itsy-bitsy [informal], titchy [Brit, informal], bitsy [informal]
  2. Very early
    "the wee hours of the morning"
Noun: wee  wee
  1. A short time
    "bide a wee"
  2. [Brit, vulgar] The discharge of urine
    "he took a wee";
    - micturition, urination, pee [informal]
Verb: wee  wee
Usage: Brit, informal
  1. Eliminate urine
    "Again, the cat had weed on the expensive rug";
    - urinate, piddle [informal], micturate [formal], pee [informal], pee-pee [informal], make water, relieve oneself [informal], take a leak [informal], spend a penny [Brit, informal], wee-wee [informal], pass water, widdle [Brit, informal]

Sounds like: weaver, wr, wee, w

Derived forms: weest, weed, wees, weer, weeing

See also: early, little, small

Type of: egest, eliminate, elimination, evacuation, excrete, excreting, excretion, pass, time, voiding

Encyclopedia: Wee, Andrew