There are 2 definitions of wee in English:

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Pronunciation: /wiː
 
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adjective (weer /ˈwiːə/, weest /ˈwiːɪst/)

chiefly Scottish

Origin

Middle English (originally a noun use in Scots, usually as a little wee 'a little bit'): from Old English wēg(e) (see wey).

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noun
a small amount; a little

There are 2 definitions of wee in English:

wee2

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Pronunciation: /wiː
 
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informal , chiefly British

noun

[usually in singular]
  • 1An act of urinating: I went in for a wee
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    • Every so often they stopped and everybody got off and had a wee on the side of the road.
    • Why is it that I always get stuck in traffic jams on dual carriageways, where it is impossible to do a U-turn (or anything else about it), when I am dying for a wee?
    • ‘We were miles from anywhere and I needed a wee,’ she told him.
  • 1.1 [mass noun] Urine: there was wee all over the floor
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    • To quote Dave, ‘it smelt of camel wee.’
    • The cake was legendary, the seats smelled of wee, the toilets were foul, but the film programme was diverse and amazing, and the staff are great people.
    • I'm worried that at some point, someone's got the purpose of those two rooms mixed up, as the stench of wee in the kitchen is unbelievable.

verb (wees, weeing, weed)

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  • Urinate.
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    • Mummy comes in and takes her top and knickers off when she is drunk and wees on the carpet.
    • At midday the approach to the park was a familiar pre-rock concert landscape of men weeing under trees, jocular police and a revivalist with a megaphone: ‘I used to be a sinner like you; now I'm a winner.’
    • Of course, it's all wonderfully shabby chic, with several large holes in the carpet and inadvertent additions from the couple's small black pug, which waddles about, snorting and, occasionally, weeing.

Origin

1930s: imitative.

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