See also: Pee, PEE, peé, peẽ, pêe, p'ee, and pêê

English edit

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /ˈpiː/
  • (file)
  • Rhymes: -iː
  • Homophones: P, p, pea

Etymology 1 edit

The initial letter of piss. Compare eff.

Noun edit

pee (countable and uncountable, plural pees)

  1. (chiefly Canada, US, Australia) Urine.
    • 2024 February 17 (last accessed), Jenny Morber, “Scientists turn pee into power in Uganda”, in Upworthy Science[1]:
      With conventional fuel cells as their model, researchers learned to use similar chemical reactions to make a fuel from microbes in pee. [] They got to use new, clean toilets lit by the power of their own pee. [] Microorganisms that feed on nutrients in urine can be used in a microbial fuel cell that generates electricity – or "pee power," as the Sesame girls called it.
  2. (chiefly Canada, US, Australia) An act of urination.
    He was dying for a pee.
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Verb edit

pee (third-person singular simple present pees, present participle peeing, simple past and past participle peed)

  1. (intransitive, colloquial) To urinate.
    The schoolboy called out to his friend while he was peeing in the urinal.
    The delivery driver took a minute to pee in the woods between houses.
    1. (reflexive) To urinate on oneself.
      • 1972, “Thick As A Brick”, Ian Anderson (lyrics), performed by Jethro Tull:
        See there! A son is born
        And we pronounce him fit to fight
        There are blackheads on his shoulders
        And he pees himself in the night.
    2. (transitive) To urinate in or on something, particularly clothing.
      I was so excited, I peed the bed!
  2. (mildly vulgar, intransitive, colloquial) To drizzle.
    It's peeing with rain.
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Etymology 2 edit

Noun edit

pee (plural pees)

  1. The name of the Latin-script letter P/p.
    • 1985, Stephen King, Paranoid: A Chant:
      They have writing samples and examine the back loops of pees and the crosses of tees.
    • 2004, Will Rogers, The Stonking Steps, page 170:
      It said, in a whispering, buzzing voice, "Gee-you-ess-ess-ay-dash-em-ee-ar-ar-wye-dash-em-eye-en-gee-oh-dash-pee-eye-pee-dash-pee-ee-ar-ar-wye-dash-pee-eye-en-gee-oh."
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Etymology 3 edit

Spelling of the abbreviation p of pence.

Noun edit

pee (plural pee)

  1. (British, Ireland, colloquial) Pence; penny (a quantity of money)
    I bought these carrots for fifty pee.
    I can't afford that — I'm one pee short.
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  • Only used to refer to decimal pence (the symbol for the old penny having been abbreviated d).
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Etymology 4 edit

See peak.

Noun edit

pee (plural pees)

  1. (nautical) The bill of an anchor.

Etymology 5 edit

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pee (plural pees)

  1. The sliding weight on a steelyard.

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Estonian edit

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pee (genitive [please provide], partitive [please provide])

  1. The name of the Latin-script letter P/p.

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pee (genitive [please provide], partitive [please provide])

  1. euphemism: arse, bum

Finnish edit

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /ˈpeː/, [ˈpe̞ː]
  • Rhymes: -eː
  • Syllabification(key): pee

Etymology 1 edit

Probably from the Swedish letter name, itself ultimately from Latin .

Noun edit

pee

  1. pee (The name of the Latin-script letter P/p.)
Declension edit
Inflection of pee (Kotus type 18/maa, no gradation)
nominative pee peet
genitive peen peiden
peitten
partitive peetä peitä
illative peehen peihin
singular plural
nominative pee peet
accusative nom. pee peet
gen. peen
genitive peen peiden
peitten
partitive peetä peitä
inessive peessä peissä
elative peestä peistä
illative peehen peihin
adessive peellä peillä
ablative peeltä peiltä
allative peelle peille
essive peenä peinä
translative peeksi peiksi
abessive peettä peittä
instructive pein
comitative See the possessive forms below.
Possessive forms of pee (Kotus type 18/maa, no gradation)
first-person singular possessor
singular plural
nominative peeni peeni
accusative nom. peeni peeni
gen. peeni
genitive peeni peideni
peitteni
partitive peetäni peitäni
inessive peessäni peissäni
elative peestäni peistäni
illative peeheni peihini
adessive peelläni peilläni
ablative peeltäni peiltäni
allative peelleni peilleni
essive peenäni peinäni
translative peekseni peikseni
abessive peettäni peittäni
instructive
comitative peineni
second-person singular possessor
singular plural
nominative peesi peesi
accusative nom. peesi peesi
gen. peesi
genitive peesi peidesi
peittesi
partitive peetäsi peitäsi
inessive peessäsi peissäsi
elative peestäsi peistäsi
illative peehesi peihisi
adessive peelläsi peilläsi
ablative peeltäsi peiltäsi
allative peellesi peillesi
essive peenäsi peinäsi
translative peeksesi peiksesi
abessive peettäsi peittäsi
instructive
comitative peinesi
first-person plural possessor
singular plural
nominative peemme peemme
accusative nom. peemme peemme
gen. peemme
genitive peemme peidemme
peittemme
partitive peetämme peitämme
inessive peessämme peissämme
elative peestämme peistämme
illative peehemme peihimme
adessive peellämme peillämme
ablative peeltämme peiltämme
allative peellemme peillemme
essive peenämme peinämme
translative peeksemme peiksemme
abessive peettämme peittämme
instructive
comitative peinemme
second-person plural possessor
singular plural
nominative peenne peenne
accusative nom. peenne peenne
gen. peenne
genitive peenne peidenne
peittenne
partitive peetänne peitänne
inessive peessänne peissänne
elative peestänne peistänne
illative peehenne peihinne
adessive peellänne peillänne
ablative peeltänne peiltänne
allative peellenne peillenne
essive peenänne peinänne
translative peeksenne peiksenne
abessive peettänne peittänne
instructive
comitative peinenne
third-person possessor
singular plural
nominative peensä peensä
accusative nom. peensä peensä
gen. peensä
genitive peensä peidensä
peittensä
partitive peetään
peetänsä
peitään
peitänsä
inessive peessään
peessänsä
peissään
peissänsä
elative peestään
peestänsä
peistään
peistänsä
illative peehensä peihinsä
adessive peellään
peellänsä
peillään
peillänsä
ablative peeltään
peeltänsä
peiltään
peiltänsä
allative peelleen
peellensä
peilleen
peillensä
essive peenään
peenänsä
peinään
peinänsä
translative peekseen
peeksensä
peikseen
peiksensä
abessive peettään
peettänsä
peittään
peittänsä
instructive
comitative peineen
peinensä
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compounds
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Etymology 2 edit

From the first letter of paska (shit).

Noun edit

pee

  1. (uncountable, euphemistic) shit.

Etymology 3 edit

From the first letter of perse (arse).

Noun edit

pee

  1. (uncountable, euphemistic) arse
    Kaikki on päin peetä.
    Everything is fucked up.

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Old Galician-Portuguese edit

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Etymology edit

Inherited from Latin pedem, from Proto-Indo-European *pṓds. Cognate with Old Spanish pie and Old French pié.

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pee m (plural pees)

  1. foot
    • Eſta e como ſanta maria nȯ q̇s q̇ entraſſe na ſa eigreia do poe un mancebo q̇ dera aſſa madre un couce ⁊ el pois uiu q̇ nȯ podia enẗr cortoo pee ⁊ de pois ſãou ſanta maria.
      This one is (about) how Holy Mary didn't want that a young man, who had kicked his mother, entered her church in Puy. And he, seeing that he couldn't enter, cut his foot and later Holy Mary healed it.

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  • Galician:
  • Portuguese:

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pee

  1. you, ye (second person plural)

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Verb edit

pee

  1. inflection of peer:
    1. third-person singular present indicative
    2. second-person singular imperative

Tobilung edit

Etymology edit

From Proto-Malayo-Polynesian *paʀih.

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pee

  1. stingray

Võro edit

Noun edit

pee (genitive [please provide], partitive [please provide])

  1. The name of the Latin-script letter P/p.

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Etymology 1 edit

From Middle English pye.

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pee

  1. pie (pastry food)

Etymology 2 edit

From Middle English pye.

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pee

  1. pie (woodpecker)
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  • Jacob Poole (d. 1827) (before 1828) William Barnes, editor, A Glossary, With some Pieces of Verse, of the old Dialect of the English Colony in the Baronies of Forth and Bargy, County of Wexford, Ireland, London: J. Russell Smith, published 1867, page 61 & 55