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Wee vs. Pee

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Weeadjective

Small, little.

‘You looked a little cold, so I lit a wee fire.’;

Peenoun

urine

Weenoun

A short time or short distance.

Peeverb

To urinate.

Weenoun

Urine.

Peeverb

To drizzle.

‘It's peeing with rain.’;

Weenoun

(colloquial) An act of urination.

‘I need to have a wee’;

Peenoun

See 1st Pea.

Weeverb

(colloquial) To urinate.

Peenoun

Bill of an anchor. See Peak, 3 (c).

Weepronoun

form of obsolete emphatic|we

Peenoun

Urine.

Weenoun

A little; a bit, as of space, time, or distance.

Peenoun

The act of urinating; - used in the informal take a pee, meaning, to urinate.

Weeadjective

Very small; little.

‘A little wee face, with a little yellow beard.’;

Peeverb

To urinate.

Weenoun

a short time;

‘bide a wee’;

Peenoun

liquid excretory product;

‘there was blood in his urine’; ‘the child had to make water’;

Weeverb

eliminate urine;

‘Again, the cat had made on the expensive rug’;

Peenoun

informal terms for urination;

‘he took a pee’;

Weeadjective

(used informally) very small;

‘a wee tot’;

Peeverb

eliminate urine;

‘Again, the cat had made on the expensive rug’;

Weeadjective

very early;

‘the wee hours of the morning’;

Weeadjective

little

‘the lyrics are a wee bit too sweet and sentimental’; ‘when I was just a wee bairn’;

Weenoun

urine

‘there was wee all over the floor’;

Weenoun

an act of urinating

‘I went in for a wee’;

Weeverb

urinate.

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