interjection, noun, verb (used without object), tee-heed, tee-hee·ing.
Examples from the Web for tee-hee
All the rest of the evening she would point her finger at him and start again to tee-hee.From the St. Lawrence to the Yser with the 1st Canadian brigade|Frederic C. Curry
The leetle cuffy looked at the gal, and then they both begun to giggle and tee-hee like any thing.
At the finish of this improvisation the dreadfully confused Minnie went, "Tee-hee!"The Seven Darlings|Gouverneur Morris
And all that watched him spoke the Dirghic word of derision, which is "Tee-Hee."Taboo|James Branch Cabell
verb -hees, -heeing or -heed
Word Origin for tee-hee
imitative of derisive laughter at least since Chaucer (cf. "The Miller's Tale").