A cute wee puppy.
An example of something wee is a very small puppy.
Origin of weeMiddle English we, wei, small quantity (only in north Eng and amp; Scottish dialect, dialectal ) ; from Old English (Anglian) wege, weg ; from base of wegan, to bear: see weigh
Origin of weeMiddle English wei, we, a small amount, small, from Old English w&aemac;ge, w&emacron;g, weight; see wegh- in Indo-European roots.
Chiefly British Slang
intransitive verbweed, wee·ing, wees
Origin of weeImitative.
(comparative weer, superlative weest)
From Middle English we (“little bit"), from Old English wÇ£ge (“weight"), related to Old English wegan (“to move, weigh") (15c).
(third-person singular simple present wees, present participle weeing, simple past and past participle weed)
- (colloquial) To urinate.