American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The letter p.
- v. To urinate.
- n. Urine.
- n. An act of urination.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The point of the arm of an anchor, intended to penetrate the ground; the bill.
- n. UK, colloquial Pence; penny (a quantity of money)
- n. The name of the Latin script letter P/p.
- n. euphemistic urine
- v. intransitive, colloquial To urinate.
- v. intransitive, colloquial To drizzle.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. See 1st pea.
- n. (Naut.) Bill of an anchor. See peak, 3 (c).
- n. Urine.
- n. The act of urinating; -- used in the informal take a pee, meaning, to urinate.
- v. informal To urinate.
- n. liquid excretory product
- v. eliminate urine
- n. informal terms for urination
- Spelling of the initial letter of piss. Compare eff. (Wiktionary)
- From the first letter of piss. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Mr. Changizi illustrates his message with charts and graphs and even a readout that shows how the sound measurements for a book striking a table directly or hitting a "wrinkly paper" on a table resemble the measurements for the sound of the author saying the word "bee" and the word "pee.”
“Didn't have any running water, and we had what they called the pee pot.”
“Burning when I pee is lessening, little by little (I hardly cringe anymore, just grumble).”
“I used to carry 2 bottles of water in pee out, now I've graduated to depends, love the warm cozy feeling.”
“I happened to be driving by that low-rent trailer park about the time he claims he was out, and I saw a grossly obese, unshaven, unbathed, toothless slob in pee-stained Spiderman underoos and his favorite Bart Simpson T-shirt that his mom bought him 15 years ago for his 10th birthday.”
“She knows the pee is supposed to go in the toilet.”
“No, not too Patience Strong at all (although patience, with a small pee, is what we need at this dark time of the year).”
“I believe a tee-pee is the greenest building ever built, but it must not count since it was not “market driven”.”
“We’ve never had that happen, but we’ve certainly been peed on, had the baby covered in pee, and just sat/stood there and laughed.”
“First and foremost, best piece of advice I got – If it’s pointing up, pee is coming.”
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