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EtymologyEdit

From German Wienerwurst, from Wiener (of Vienna, Viennese) +‎ Wurst (sausage), because sausages were originally made in Vienna, Austria.

In Germany today this sausage is known as Wiener Würstchen (small sausage from Vienna), but in Vienna it is called a Frankfurter (from Frankfurt).

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wiener (plural wieners)

  1. (Canada, US) A sausage made from beef, chicken or pork.
  2. (Canada, US, Britain) A frankfurter, a hot dog.
  3. (Canada, US, colloquial) A penis.
  4. (US, colloquial) A person who is nervous or afraid to partake in certain activities.
  5. (US, Britain, colloquial) An irritating or disliked person.

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wiener c (singular definite wieneren, plural indefinite wienere)

  1. Viennese (inhabitant of Vienna)

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In compounds: wiener- "Viennese" (connected with Vienna)

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