noun, plural pees for 1; pee for 2.
Origin of pee1
verb (used without object), peed, pee·ing.
Origin of pee2
Examples from the Web for pee
Contemporary Examples of pee
Yet Pee Wee proved to be among the most inventive and seizingly original of all clarinetists.The Stacks: John Coltrane’s Mighty Musical Quest
October 18, 2014
However you measure it, make sure you drink water until your pee runs clear.Short on Zzz’s? 15 Research-Backed Sleep Hacks
May 9, 2014
If their answers reveal possible drug use, they will have to pee in the cup.Message From the GOP: Hey, Poor People, You’re Not Real Americans
Roland S. Martin
April 14, 2014
Hot right now: “How come we say poo and pee but not poop and peep?”Five Subreddits You May Have Missed, and Probably Still Should Give a Miss
Kelly Williams Brown
April 5, 2014
And no matter what he did or did not say about the guy who took his pee, actual anti-Semites are a real thing.Ryan Braun and Anti-Semites
Emily L. Hauser
August 20, 2013
Historical Examples of pee
But as I was saying, if wed all been as fat as Pee Wee, wed never have got here at all.Bobby Blake on a Plantation
Frank A. Warner
She needed to pee, and apparently had done for some time, without realizing it.Makers
Whyon the boat and on a trainseveral trains, until I got to Pee Dee.Ruth Fielding Down in Dixie
Alice B. Emerson
An' Pee, seeing Tom put on his hat, and come towards the door, lifted the latch and entered.
I'm Pee Tregeer, and you can't think how I've been served out to-day.'
verb pees, peeing or peed
Word Origin for pee
1788, "to spray with urine," euphemistic abbreviation of piss. Meaning "to urinate" is from 1879. Related: Peed; peeing. Noun meaning "act of urination" is attested from 1902; as "urine" from 1961. Reduplicated form pee-pee is attested from 1923.