weer, nevertheless, was not long in developing some very pronounced ideas on the subject of Indian relations.
I weer over to Churley yesterday,” said Sim, “and it reant all day.
weer was disgusted with conditions surrounding his white force.
Montgomery and weer, they took refuge in the buildings of the town to annoy us.
weer to supersede him and for his own assignment to the Second Brigade of the expedition.
We had a perfectly delightful time, but weer pretty tired when we got back to the hotel.
At that moment came the news that weer had superseded him and had ordered him to stop all movement south.
Well, I weer a-talking about marriages,” said Joe, quietly; “so you take my advice and let things bide.
Ay, it weer long time,” said Pannell; “but I found no one about at last, and I slipped over the wall.
I wor doomed, as it weer, to blow her and her devil's wark to perdition, as t'sayin' is.
"extremely small," mid-15c., from earlier noun use in sense of "quantity, amount" (cf. a littel wei "a little thing or amount," c.1300), from Old English wæge "weight" (see weigh). Adj. use wee bit apparently developed as parallel to such forms as a bit thing "a little thing." Wee hours is attested by 1891, from Scot. wee sma' hours (1787, Burns). Wee folk "faeries" is recorded from 1819. Weeny "tiny, small" is from 1790.