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wee

adjective \ˈwē\

: very small or very young

Full Definition of WEE

1
:  very small :  diminutive
2
:  very early <wee hours of the morning>

Examples of WEE

  1. He's just a wee lad.

Origin of WEE

Middle English we, from we, noun, little bit, from Old English ̄ge weight; akin to Old English wegan to move, weigh — more at way
First Known Use: 15th century

Rhymes with WEE

b, be, bee, c, cay, cee, Cree, d, dee, Dee, dree, e, fee, flea, flee, free, g, gee, ghee, glee, gree, he, key, Key, knee, lea, lee, me, mi, p, pea, pee, plea, pree, quay, re, Rhee, scree, sea, see, she, si, ski, spree, sri, t, tea, tee, the, thee, three, ti, tree, twee, Twi, v, vee, we, whee, ye, z, zee

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