Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. An old English measure of weight containing 224 pounds; equivalent to 2 hundredweight.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Way; road; path.
  • n. A certain measure of weight.
  • v. To weigh.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Obsolete spellings of weigh.
  • n. A unit of weight, 14 stone according to the old statute de ponderihus.
  • n. Hence A unit of measure, properly 40 bushels.
  • n. An amount of window-glass—60 cases.
  • n. An obsolete form of way.

Etymologies

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Examples

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  • MexConnect. com Forums: Specific Focus: Learning Spanish: "wey"

    "wey"

  • ::: I was wondering if anyone knew the equivalent of "wey" in english?

    "wey"

  • David (MTY): I was wondering if anyone knew the equivalent of "wey" in english?

    "wey"

  • I was wondering if anyone knew the equivalent of "wey" in english? thanks, christophe

    "wey"

  • : I was wondering if anyone knew the equivalent of "wey" in english?

    "wey"

  • :: I was wondering if anyone knew the equivalent of "wey" in english?

    "wey"

  • I was the one who asked this question and now after staying in Mexico for 3 months can answer mi own question. "wey" which is how mexicans spell it, would mean "dude" or "man" in English.

    "wey"

  • :::: I was wondering if anyone knew the equivalent of "wey" in english?

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