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 pees
Contemporary Examples of pees
In Russia, beautiful Dump of Pees adorns each and every mantle.Sochi’s Impenetrable, Utterly Russian Opening Ceremony
Kelly Williams Brown
February 8, 2014
In one example, a little girl takes on the mentality of a bad dog and pees on a carpet.‘The Paperboy,’ ‘Austin Powers’ & More Film Pee Scenes (Videos)
May 27, 2012
Historical Examples of pees
Also the same yere was treted at Bruges for the pees betwen the too reaumes.
She started up, exclaiming, "If you pees um, I want some cheese um."Dotty Dimple's Flyaway
Soe one daye, heryng the chylde synge euer, he wox angery, and did command hym to holde his pees.
But he seide to the womman, Thei feith hath maad thee saaf; go thou in pees.The White Rose of Langley
Emily Sarah Holt
And the same yere too cardinalx were sent fro the pope to entrete for the pees betwen the two reaumes.
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.