adjective, we·er, we·est.
- wedgwood, josiah,
- wee free,
- wee hours,
- weed cutter
Origin of wee
Examples from the Web for wee
How about baby drama with little Abijean and the Wee Baby Seamus?‘Archer’ Creator Adam Reed Spills Season 6 Secrets, From Surreal Plotlines to Life Post-ISIS|Marlow Stern|January 8, 2015|DAILY BEAST
In the wee hours of Christmas morning, a flight deal was shared in an exclusive Facebook group for urban travelers.‘We Out Here’: Inside the New Black Travel Movement|Charlise Ferguson|January 4, 2015|DAILY BEAST
This was the real deal, we wee Dylanologists told ourselves, this was pure…what?
So, what were Putin and Berlusconi doing in the wee hours of Friday morning?Was Putin’s Midnight Visit to Berlusconi About Bunga Bunga?|Barbie Latza Nadeau|October 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But this new study indicates that Weiner may be (is definitely) going a wee bit overboard.
The maid gave a wee turn to the door, shivered, and fell like a clod at her mother's feet.The Lost Pibroch|Neil Munro
It was very hot, and she was beginning to feel just a wee bit faint and hungry and irritable.The Sick-a-Bed Lady|Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
Wee, turn up the lights on the stage and take a look at Blue Bonnet.Blue Bonnet in Boston|Caroline E. Jacobs
Sorry to leave the wee hut I have enjoyed so much comfort and blessing in.The White Queen of Okoyong|W.P. Livingstone
I am a wee bit selfish; I dont like anybody to take any pleasure without me.The Milkmaid of Montfermeil (Novels of Paul de Kock Volume XX)|Charles Paul de Kock
Word Origin for wee
- the act or an instance of urinating
Word Origin for wee
"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.