or wee·ny, wie·nie
Definition for weenies (2 of 2)
noun, plural wee·nies.
adjective, wee·ni·er, wee·ni·est.
Examples from the Web for weenies
The most flamboyant of America's weenies, the Sonoran hot dog, has a murky genealogy.El Guero Canelo Serves Tucson’s Most Mexcellent Hot Dog|Jane & Michael Stern|March 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The motto of this column is that the backlist is for weenies.
Weenies also tend to be figures who have a heel on their neck.
Weenies become true characters only in retreat and disgrace, which makes them very small figures indeed.
Weenies, on the other hand, seem repeatedly to fall to scandal.
Then, when the coals are good, we toast sandwiches and roast ‘weenies’ and toast marshmallows.Mary Jane's City Home|Clara Ingram Judson
We played cards and danced, and roasted weenies and marshmallows.I Married a Ranger|Dama Margaret Smith
British Dictionary definitions for weenies
adjective -nier, -niest, -sier or -siest
Word Origin for weeny
Word Origin and History for weenies
"frankfurter," 1906, with slang sense of "penis" following soon after, from German wienerwurst "Vienna sausage" (see wiener). Meaning "ineffectual person" is 1963; pejorative sense via penis shape, or perhaps from weenie in the sense of "small" (see wee).