‘You looked a little cold, so I lit a wee fire.’;
A short time or short distance.
A small child; an infant.
Anything very small.
(colloquial) An act of urination.
‘I need to have a wee’;
Very small; little; puny.
‘When that I was and a little tiny boy.’;
(colloquial) To urinate.
‘diminutive in stature’; ‘a lilliputian chest of drawers’; ‘her petite figure’; ‘tiny feet’; ‘the flyspeck nation of Bahrain moved toward democracy’;
form of obsolete emphatic|we
‘a tiny hummingbird’;
A little; a bit, as of space, time, or distance.
a very young child
‘books that will make tinies and parents laugh out loud’;
Very small; little.
‘A little wee face, with a little yellow beard.’;
a short time;
‘bide a wee’;
‘Again, the cat had made on the expensive rug’;
(used informally) very small;
‘a wee tot’;
‘the wee hours of the morning’;
‘the lyrics are a wee bit too sweet and sentimental’; ‘when I was just a wee bairn’;
‘there was wee all over the floor’;
an act of urinating
‘I went in for a wee’;