From Middle English we (“little bit”), from Old English wǣge (“weight”), related to Middle English wegan (“to move, weigh”) (15c).
wee (comparative weer, superlative weest)
- (Scotland, Ireland, Northern England, New Zealand) Small, little.
- A short time or short distance.
Onomatopoeic for the sound of urination. The noun derives from the verb.
- (colloquial, uncountable) Urine.
- (colloquial) An act of urination.
wee (third-person singular simple present wees, present participle weeing, simple past and past participle weed)
- (colloquial) To urinate.
wee (personal pronoun)
- obsolete emphatic of we