Green’s Dictionary of Slang

weenie n.1

also weener, weeny, weiner, weinie, wiener, wienie, winnie
[SAmE wiener, a Vienna sausage; ult. Ger. Wiener (Wurst)]
(US)

1. (US) a frankfurter sausage; a hot dog n.1 (1); also attrib.

[US]Iola Register (KS) 21 Dec. 9/3: Scaly’s nickles [sic] are, by the necromancy of the wizard of a neghboring bakeshop, magically turned into what isknown to him as a ‘weenyworse’.
[US]J. Christison Crime and Criminals 37: For a week longer he served at his usual business, which was that of peddling ‘winnies,’ mostly among the saloons [DA].
[US]H.R. Martin Tillie 34: I’m havin’ fried smashed potatoes and wieners [DA].
[US]J.W. Carr ‘Words from Northwest Arkansas’ in DN III:ii 163: Weenie, n. Wiener Wurst, sausage. ‘Hot Weenies.’.
[US]S. Lewis Main Street (1921) 18: How’d it be to skate there for a couple of hours [...] and skip back home for coffee and some hot wienies?
[US]K. Mullen ‘Westernisms’ in AS I:3 151: There are ‘weenies,’ from ‘wieners,’ from ‘wienerwurst,’ the Eastern Frankfurters and the universal ‘hot dogs.’.
[US]T. Wolfe Look Homeward, Angel (1930) 88: The Jew’s rich. Fortune out of winnies. they’re hot, they’re hot. In a broken pot.
[US]W.R. Burnett Dark Hazard (1934) 102: Want some lunch, Jim? I’ve got some wienies.
[US]E. Anderson Thieves Like Us (1999) 160: Throwing weenies with poison in them out to dogs.
[US]R. Chandler Farewell, My Lovely (1949) 208: I spotted him in a white barbecue stand tickling wienies with a long fork.
[US]N. Algren Never Come Morning (1988) 143: They didn’t send you to Alcatraz for stealing weenies.
[US]Kerouac letter 12 Oct. in Charters I (1995) 381: We cook weenies.
[US]H. Gold Man Who Was Not With It (1965) 93: I always loved a little mustard with my wienie.
[US]H.S. Thompson Hell’s Angels (1967) 44: Some of the stories said the victims had been roasting weenies on the beach.
[US](con. late 1940s) E. Thompson Tattoo (1977) 557: I feel so horrid. Like a wienie about to split.
[US]S. King It (1987) 199: There were sometimes Boy Scout campouts and Cub Scout wiener roasts.
[US]H. Rawson Dict. of Invective (1991) 412: The weenie that is a small frankfurter (from wiener-wurst) and the weenie that is childspeak for the penis.
[US]S. Morgan Homeboy 4: Taking a megachomp out of a weenie.

2. (US Und.) bread.

[US]‘Number 1500’ Life In Sing Sing 254: Weinie. A loaf of bread.

3. (US) a young woman, an effeminate man; also attrib.

[US]Phila. Eve. Bulletin 5 Oct. 40/5: Here are a few more terms and definitions from the ‘Racket’ vocabulary: [...] ‘Weenie,’ a chorus girl.
[US] ‘Barney Google and Sparkeye “Horses – Horses”’ [comic strip] in B. Adelman Tijuana Bibles (1997) 136: Look at that weenie laying it up to my brown eyed baby.
[US]Dundes & Schonhorn ‘Kansas U Sl.’ AS XXXVIII:3 171: An effeminate young man, a sissy: [...] twink, and weenie.
[UK](con. 1965) M. Berent Rolling Thunder (1990) 59: You know how those wing wienies gossip, huh?
[UK]J. Mowry Way Past Cool 56: Dint want the motherfuckin thing anyways! [...] Goddam wienie-dude gun, all that is!

4. (US, usu. juv., also wennie) the penis; also attrib.

[US]Bo Carter ‘Please Warm My Weiner’ [lyrics] Some said it takes hot water / Baby can’t you see, / But your heat baby / Is plenty warm enough for me / Baby please warm my weiner.
[US]H. Miller Tropic of Capricorn (1964) 175: The ignominy of balancing a corkscrew on the end of his weeny.
[US] in G. Legman Limerick (1953) 266: Why be bothered with screwing? / It’s safer and cleaner / To finger your wiener. [Ibid.] 290: Meat-rationing did not terrify Miss Davey, / She got married to a sailor in the Navy, / For she knew between his legs / He had ham and he had eggs / A big wienie, and oodles of white gravy.
[US] in G. Legman Limerick (1953) 194: There was a young man, Mussolini, / Who found he had seven bambini. / He said, ‘If I thought / That the griddle was hot, / I’d never have put in the weenie!’.
[US] in Randolph & Legman Ozark Folksongs and Folklore (1992) II 623: My cunt is as hot for a wennie, / I can take twelve inches, if any.
[US]E. Thompson Garden of Sand (1981) 177: Big Sister dug out his little wienie.
[US]T. Weesner Car Thief (1973) 67: Stop playin wid yo fuckin self. Leave yo fuckin weenie alone.
[US]B. Rodgers Queens’ Vernacular 51: the penis [...] weener, [weenie, wiener].
[US](con. 1949) J.G. Dunne True Confessions (1979) 43: Weeny flashers [...] Guys who shit on the sidewalk. Panty sniffers.
[US]A. Maupin Tales of the City (1984) 134: You wanna suck my weenie?
[US]J. Stahl ‘Finnegan’s Waikiki’ in Love Without (2007) 140: A bum tater’s a bum tater. Believe me. They’ve done everything to my weenie but roast it on a stick.
[US]M. Myers et al. Wayne’s World II [film script] King George whipped out his weiner and hosed our fore-fathers with one big, long piss.
[US]C. Hiaasen Lucky You 92: You men, you’d forget your weenies if they weren’t glued on.
[UK]M. Collins Keepers of Truth 66: You want to see Ronny Lawton’s wiener?
[US]Doctor Dan ‘Horny Family’ [Internet] ‘I wanna see your wienie,’ she giggled, reaching down and touching the crimson head.
[US]C. Hiaasen Skinny Dip 127: Joey would catch Chaz with his weenie in the wrong bun.

5. (US) a general derog. term of abuse, usu. of a male, esp. one who is socially awkard or too hard-working.

[UK]R. Frede Entry E (1961) 82: A weeny is someone who never misses breakfast [...] most of the people in this dining hall for this breakfast are weenies.
[US]E. Shepard Doom Pussy 53: If you’ve got to deck a guy, don’t pick on some weenie from MACV.
[US] in Current Sl. IV:3–4 (1970) 26: Weiner, n. A person disliked by the speaker.
[US](con. 1950s) H. Junker ‘The Fifties’ in Eisen Age of Rock 2 (1970) 102: She would certainly be turned off if he were [a] weenie.
[US]G. Wolff Duke of Deception (1990) 162: A quick study was a casual, a slow study was a weenie. I did not wish to be a weenie.
[US]L. Birnbach Official Preppie Hbk 90: 13 Words For The Person Who Is Working — 1. Grind 2. Squid 3. Pencil Geek 4. Cereb 5. Grub 6. Weenie.
[US]Eble Campus Sl. Apr. 3: dork [...] syn.: loser, wiener.
[US]H. Rawson Dict. of Invective (1991) 411–12: weenie (weeney, weeny, weinie, wienie) A student who is despised for being diligent, as in the following exchange from the Doonesbury comic strip: ‘You’re submitting your roommate as your psychology project?’ ‘Yes, as an archetype weeny in the age of Reagan’ (Gary Trudeau, Litchfield County Times , 4/23/86).
[US]E. Little Another Day in Paradise 75: Phil sneers, saying ‘Don’t be a weenie.’.
[US]Hope College ‘Dict. of New Terms’ [Internet] weenies n. [a combination of wee adj. or wiener n. + penis n.] [...] (3) A stupid, incompetent, or detestable person.
[US]Chicago Trib. 18 Aug. TAB-25/1: Not to mention phrases like ‘L-7 weenie’ and ‘pee-drinking crap-face’.

In compounds

weenie bin (n.)

(US campus) a library carrel.

[US] ‘Don’t talk like a frosh: a guide to Yalespeak’ in Yale Herald [Internet] Weenie Bin: Similar to isolation tanks, the weenie bins are study carrels in CCL. They also serve as nap rooms and the sites of strange sexual escapades.
weenie waver (n.) (also weenie wagger, ...wiggler, weinie..., wienie...)

an exhibitionist; also attrib.

[US]J. Wambaugh Choirboys (1976) 126: A wienie wagger at First and Harvard!
[US]J. Ellroy Brown’s Requiem 34: Two weinie wagger convictions as an adult. [Ibid.] 45: I took a look at your rapsheet today, and I know you’re a weenie-wagger.
[UK]J. Morton Lowspeak 149: Weinie wiggler – an indecent exposer.
[US]J. Wambaugh Golden Orange (1991) 115: We got a wienie wagger down by Seventh Street we oughta try to catch.
[US]S. Morgan Homeboy 25: Twistos, weenie wavers, panty sniffers...
[US]J. Stahl Plainclothes Naked (2002) 310: My daddy was a weenie-wagger and a pedophile I’d probably do the same as you.
[US]J. Ellroy ‘Hot-Prowl Rape-O’ in Destination: Morgue! (2004) 268: Cops ream rape-os. Cops whip on wienie-waggers.
weenie woman (n.)

(US) an effeminate homosexual.

[US]S. Morgan Homeboy 192: He’s angry at being a weenie woman.

In phrases

bite the weenie (v.) (also eat the weenie)

(US) a general derog. expression.

[US](con. 1950s) Jacobs & Casey Grease II ii: Hey, bite the weenie, moron.
[US]R. De Christoforo Grease 180: Sonny, eat the weenie, willya? [Ibid.] 215: ‘Bite the weenie,’ I said under my breath.
dip the weenie (v.) (also dip the weinie)

(US) of a man, to have sexual intercourse.

[US]W. Diehl Sharky’s Machine 134: You’re still getting a little [...] you’re dippin’ the weinie.
hide the weenie (v.)

to have sexual intercourse.

[US]M.B. Cary Jr ‘Mlle from Armentieres’ [lyrics] The drivers went to Saint Nazaire / To hide the weenie anywhere.
[US] ‘When Mother Was a Girl’ [comic strip] in B. Adelman Tijuana Bibles (1997) 59: He would go home, flog his dummy, and actually kid himself into thinking he had been out and hid the weenie.
[US]N. Algren Never Come Morning (1988) 219: Ain’t you gonna play Hide the Weenie, Hon? C’mon, Slim, let’s slam it around.
[US] in E. Cray Erotic Muse (1992) 280: Let’s play hide the weenie up your old wazoo.
weenie out (v.) (also wienie out)

to surrender, to act in a cowardly manner.

[US]T. Jones Pugilist at Rest 215: Tommy wienied out when he saw the cuts.
C. Lundin 98.3 Degrees 56: You do want to make yourself as comfortable as possible during your episode [...] but don’t weenie out and let a whim jeopardize your life.
P.H. Wagner Houseboat Murders 4: If we don’t hurry, it’ll get too hot and he’ll weenie out of it.