Definition of wiener in English:

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wiener

Pronunciation: /ˈwēnər/
(also informalweenie, wienie /-nē/)

noun

North American
1A frankfurter or similar sausage.
Example sentences
  • All that can be said with any certainty is that in the closing decades of the 19th century frankfurters and wienies were being sold in buns in various cities in the USA.
  • The essence of baseball food is a bun-wrapped wiener - be it hot dog, bratwurst or sausage.
  • Is it the taste of the charred meat - steak, hamburger, wieners whatever - or dining out in the fresh air that raises exhilaration to such a high level?
2 another term for weenie.
Example sentences
  • Keep your insecurities to yourself, and spend your time in bed worrying about the depth of her pleasure rather than the length of your wiener.
  • I thought the difference between high school and college was that in college the girls came up and talked to the guys, and maybe grabbed our wieners or something.
  • ‘The Faculty’ doesn't elevate anything except probably the wieners of some teenage boys looking at the pretty teen hotties.

Origin

Early 20th century: abbreviation of German Wienerwurst 'Vienna sausage'.

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