Green’s Dictionary of Slang

wee v.

also wee-wee
[wee n.]

1. (mainly juv.) to urinate.

[US]D. Thomas letter 11 May Sel. Letters (1966) 128: Wee on the sun that he bloody well shines not. Soon I see you .
[UK]C. Harris Three-Ha’Pence to the Angel 231: Elsie [...] said she ‘wanted to wee.’.
[UK]A. Petry Narrows 219: Where does you wee-wee?
[UK]A. Bleasdale It’s a Madhouse (1986) 110: Teddy wee-weed on the floor.
[US]Maledicta III:1+2 24: When Nature is calling, plain speaking is out, / When ladies, God bless ’em, are milling about / You make water, wee-wee, or empty the glass; / You can powder your nose; ‘Excuse me’ may pass.
M. Keane Time After Time (1984) 65: If he’s not weeing against one of my chairs, he’s displaying against my leg.
[US]R. Campbell In La-La Land We Trust (1999) 111: Lookit here, little pigeon, you got no cause to wee-wee.
[UK]Guardian G2 25 Aug. 4: I like having fun but I don’t lie in my own vomit or wee in car parks.
[UK]Guardian Weekend 25 Mar. 3: The boy wees tadpoles into the lady’s bottom till her eggs crack open.
[Aus]L. Redhead Thrill City [ebook] ‘I’m not going sixteen k’s out of our way.’ ‘Then I’ll wee on the seat’.
[Aus] L. Jose ‘Underhooks’ in Crime Factory: Hard Labour [ebook] Wee-wee in the fucking cup and stop wasting my time.

2. as joc. euph. for piss v.

[UK]‘Henry Green’ Caught (2001) 145: Christopher did not say a word. ‘Then wee wee off,’ Shiner said.

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