How did people get the word 'pee' or 'wee' from the word urine?


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catherine adams answered
Hi Geekfreek, these terms 'pee' and 'wee' arose in childhood, pee-pee mommy or daddy, and the slang is well established in society today, carried through to adulthood. I mean who says today, I must go now to urinate. My urine needs to come out. Of course urinate is used in editorial, and we have the saying 'getting pissed' or 'pissed as a neut', meaning our of our heads with booze. Hope Useful
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Hilary Newton
Hilary Newton commented
Janey is right and the lengh of an answer is irrelevent,as long as it is right and not long winded,
catherine adams
catherine adams commented
OK but its recommended to aim for 200 - 300 words?
And life and answers are not black and white...And well get a life so there's adifferent viewpoint and who needs the attack ..Get a Catharta fitted, and bag it up and well move on!
Janey commented
200words ? This is not a Uni thesis you clown

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