noun, plural weys.
Origin of wey
Examples from the Web for wey
Weymouth derives its name from the Wey, or Way, a small river which there discharges itself into the sea.
I remember in my early manhood going to Guildford on the Wey, and trying to find that unobtrusive rivulet.Certain Personal Matters|H. G. Wells
I select an experience carried on during 1886 and recorded by Dr. Wey, who had charge of it.The Criminal|Havelock Ellis
Aye, aye, man; ye maun reckon me gey blin no tae see ye stavering oot o the gate among moss holes tae get ooten my wey.
It lies on the left bank of the river Wey, on the southern slope of a hill rising about 700 ft. above the sea-level.
dry goods weight, Old English weg (see weigh).