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)]

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’.
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].
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.

Actionable Offenses ‘Did He Charge Too Much’ (2007) [cylinder recording ENHS] I takes her out in the woodshed and [...] I get me trousers down and I get me big bogey-bow out and I — just about to have a little game of sink the wienie-wurst with the little girl when I see me wife a-comin’.
[US]Bo Carter ‘Please Warm My Weiner’ 🎵 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’ 🌐 ‘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.
[US]L. Berney Gutshot Straight [ebook] [T]he other [hand] deep in his front pocket, gently jiggling loose change and, probably, his own wiener.
[US]T. Robinson Rough Trade [ebook] ‘I might have called him a cocksucker [but] I had no idea the guy was a weenie enthusiast’.

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’ 🌐 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’.
[US]S.M. Jones August Snow [ebook] The guys who review the recordings at home office? [...] Basic training washouts or tech geek weenies working on their résumés.

In compounds

weenie bin (n.)

(US campus) a library carrel.

[US] ‘Don’t talk like a frosh: a guide to Yalespeak’ in Yale Herald 🌐 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-waggling (n.)

acting, speaking or posing in an exaggeratedly macho fashion.

P. Blauner Casino Moon 26: ‘I’ve no need to engage in weenie-waggling with you anyway. You can have your grubby little case all to yourself’.
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.
P. Blauner Casino Moon 26: .
[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.
[US]J. Ellroy Widespread Panic 9: Car thief/stickup man/weenie wagger.
weenie woman (n.)

(US) an effeminate homosexual.

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

In phrases

bite the big weenie (v.)

(US) to die, to suffer, to fail.

[US]J. Ellroy Blood on the Moon 146: ‘The note said, “Amster's Hamsters bite the big weenie!”’.
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’ 🎵 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-wag (v.)

to exhibit the penis; used fig. to talk seductively.

[US]J. Ellroy Widespread Panic 91: They surround Claire’s car. They coochie-coo and weenie-wag her.
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.