noun, plural wee·nies.
adjective, wee·ni·er, wee·ni·est.
- weems, mason locke,
- weep buckets,
- weep hole,
or wee·ny, wie·nie
Origin of weenie
Examples from the Web for weeny
And I know a little girl who has cross eyes, and she's a weeny bit pigeon-toed.Suzanna Stirs the Fire|Emily Calvin Blake
Every teeny, weeny act, no matter what it is, affects somebody else.Blacky the Crow|Thornton W. Burgess
She gave him a tail just like any other bird, only it was a teeny, weeny tail.Mother West Wind "When" Stories|Thornton W. Burgess
Unc' Billy curled himself up in it, and with a great sigh of contentment, closed his eyes for that teeny, weeny nap.The Adventures of Unc' Billy Possum|Thornton W. Burgess
“Lots of people in New York have to live in little teny, weeny rooms, Albertina,” she would say.Turn About Eleanor|Ethel M. Kelley
adjective -nier, -niest, -sier or -siest
Word Origin for weeny
"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).