tee-hee

tee-hee

also te·hee (tē′hē′)
n.
1. A sound made in imitation of a giggle or titter.
2. An instance of giggling or tittering.
intr.v. tee-heed, tee-hee·ing, tee-hees also te·heed or te·hee·ing or te·hees
To giggle or titter.

tee-hee

(ˈtiːˈhiː) or

te-hee

interj
an exclamation of laughter, esp when mocking
n
a chuckle
vb, -hees, -heeing or -heed
(intr) to snigger or laugh, esp derisively
[C14: of imitative origin]

tee-hee


Past participle: tee-heed
Gerund: tee-heeing

Imperative
tee-hee
tee-hee
Present
I tee-hee
you tee-hee
he/she/it tee-hees
we tee-hee
you tee-hee
they tee-hee
Preterite
I tee-heed
you tee-heed
he/she/it tee-heed
we tee-heed
you tee-heed
they tee-heed
Present Continuous
I am tee-heeing
you are tee-heeing
he/she/it is tee-heeing
we are tee-heeing
you are tee-heeing
they are tee-heeing
Present Perfect
I have tee-heed
you have tee-heed
he/she/it has tee-heed
we have tee-heed
you have tee-heed
they have tee-heed
Past Continuous
I was tee-heeing
you were tee-heeing
he/she/it was tee-heeing
we were tee-heeing
you were tee-heeing
they were tee-heeing
Past Perfect
I had tee-heed
you had tee-heed
he/she/it had tee-heed
we had tee-heed
you had tee-heed
they had tee-heed
Future
I will tee-hee
you will tee-hee
he/she/it will tee-hee
we will tee-hee
you will tee-hee
they will tee-hee
Future Perfect
I will have tee-heed
you will have tee-heed
he/she/it will have tee-heed
we will have tee-heed
you will have tee-heed
they will have tee-heed
Future Continuous
I will be tee-heeing
you will be tee-heeing
he/she/it will be tee-heeing
we will be tee-heeing
you will be tee-heeing
they will be tee-heeing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been tee-heeing
you have been tee-heeing
he/she/it has been tee-heeing
we have been tee-heeing
you have been tee-heeing
they have been tee-heeing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been tee-heeing
you will have been tee-heeing
he/she/it will have been tee-heeing
we will have been tee-heeing
you will have been tee-heeing
they will have been tee-heeing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been tee-heeing
you had been tee-heeing
he/she/it had been tee-heeing
we had been tee-heeing
you had been tee-heeing
they had been tee-heeing
Conditional
I would tee-hee
you would tee-hee
he/she/it would tee-hee
we would tee-hee
you would tee-hee
they would tee-hee
Past Conditional
I would have tee-heed
you would have tee-heed
he/she/it would have tee-heed
we would have tee-heed
you would have tee-heed
they would have tee-heed
Translations

tee-hee

[ˈtiːˈhiː]
A. Nrisita f (tonta)
B. EXCL¡ji!, ¡ji!, ¡je!, ¡je!

tee-hee

interj (giggle) → hihi; (snigger) → ätsch
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References in classic literature ?
At that I turned tail upon their boat (where my adviser had once more begun to tee-hee with laughter), leaped back the way I had come, from one stone to another, and set off running across the isle as I had never run before.
For three weeks, the celebrities will endure rats, snakes and creepy crawlies, plus a lousy diet of rice and beans supplemented if they're lucky, tee-hee, with the ruder parts of various unfortunate animals.
Some were so humorous they would 'turn your tickle-box over' and you would 'find a Tee-Hee nest full of Ha-Ha eggs'.
Lekhwiya twice came close to regaining the lead at the start of the second half as a free-kick from South Korean midfielder Nam Tee-hee struck the outside of the post before Juraev had to be on his toes to push away a stinging effort from Luiz Junior (Luiz Mairton Carlos JE[bar]nior).
But since the tee-hee tops were created specifically for the shoot, they are not available in the market.
Don't sneer: the news editor was a former deputy editor of The Journal, the chief reporter had once been The Journal's business editor and the Tee-Hee Day landings resulted in a spell of custody in Calais for the paper's reporter, now award-winning radio and TV presenter Nick Ferrari.
Dumbarton reader John O'Donnell is favourite for first prize, though, thanks to these marvellous tee-hee shots.
Now we have the tee-hee bee caught on camera grinning his little head off.
There is plenty of gee-whiz and tee-hee in her merry tale, a colorful blend of anecdote, personality and pure science explained in the simplest terms.
Tee-hee, bury that one up where you don't wear your beret
Perhaps the finest exponent of red-rotten riding was old Brod Munro-Wilson who gave us many a tee-hee on board The Drunken Duck.
It is low budget studio theatre, but I've rarely experienced so much unsolicited ooh, ah, tee-hee enjoyment from any audience and, if most of the paying customers were Asian, there's no reason why it shouldn't appeal to everyone.