also weensy adjective Etymology: alteration of wee Date: circa 1781 exceptionally small ; tiny

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  • weeny — tiny, teeny, wee, diminutive, minute, microscopic, miniature, little, *small …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • weeny — ► ADJECTIVE (weenier, weeniest) informal ▪ tiny …   English terms dictionary

  • weeny — [wē′nē] adj. weenier, weeniest [ WEE + (TI)NY] Informal small; tiny …   English World dictionary

  • weeny — UK [ˈwiːnɪ] / US [ˈwɪnɪ] adjective Word forms weeny : adjective weeny comparative weenier superlative weeniest informal very small …   English dictionary

  • weeny — 1. adjective Minuscule. 2. noun a) A wiener, a hot dog. b) A penis, from the resemblance to a wiener, sometimes thought of as small by influence from teeny weeny …   Wiktionary

  • weeny — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Informal. Extremely small: diminutive, dwarf, Lilliputian, midget, miniature, minuscule, minute2 pygmy, tiny, wee. Informal: peewee, pintsize, pintsized, teensy, teensy weensy, teeny, ttciiy weeny. See BIG …   English dictionary for students

  • weeny — wee|ny [ˈwi:ni] adj BrE ween|sie [ˈwi:nzi] AmE spoken extremely small →↑teeny weeny …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • weeny — BrE weensie, AmE spoken adjective extremely small see also: teeny weeny …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • weeny — adj. (weenier, weeniest) colloq. tiny. Phrases and idioms: weeny bopper a girl like a teeny bopper but younger. Etymology: WEE(1) after tiny, teeny …   Useful english dictionary

  • weeny — /wee nee/, n., pl. weenies. Informal. weenie. * * * …   Universalium

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