Informal word used by mainly Scottish people to say something or someone is small or little
"aye I have one big brother and one wee brother"
1) British term used by parents to small children when talking about urinating.
2) Term used by Scottish people to describe something that is small.
3) Used to describe various animal noises.
1) "Mommy, i'm just going to go for a wee!"
2) "Aye, thats a wee penis ya' got there."
3) .. "Wee!"
Used mainly in Belfast, Ireland as a substitute for:
Very small, small, little or tiny.
"Look at that wee man!"
"Do you like her?"
"Aye, but just a wee bit"
Irish/Scottish Word used to describe something small
Can also be used as a cute term depending on how you say it
Word used to describe the early hours after midnight
"Look at that wee midget over there"
"Look at the wee baby isn't she/he so cute"
"It's the wee hours of the morning" (3am-4am)
Small in stature.
Yo dog, that fool is wee - he can't even see over the steering wheel!
Used in conversation by anyone from Portsmouth, usually to display shock or excitement. The longer the sound the more heightened the emotion.
"Wee! I can't believe you just said that"
"Our Gary ended up in a cell last night for assaulting a policemen."
"Weeeeeeeeeeeeeee - he never?!"
CHAV - simple as, nothing else needs to be said, end of, full stop.
"look at the geezer with his nike shox and his trakkie bottoms tucked into his socks, what a wees"
(only joking wees)