teeny

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tee·ny

 (tē′nē) also teen·sy (tēn′sē)
adj. tee·ni·er, tee·ni·est also teen·si·er or teen·si·est Informal
Tiny.

[Alteration of tiny.]

teeny

(ˈtiːnɪ)
adj, -nier or -niest
informal extremely small; tiny. Also: teeny-weeny, teensy-weensy or teensy
[C19: variant of tiny]

ti•ny

(ˈtaɪ ni)

adj. -ni•er, -ni•est.
very small; minute.
[1590–1600; late Middle English tine (of obscure orig.) + -y1]
ti′ni•ly, adv.
ti′ni•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.teeny - (used informally) very smallteeny - (used informally) very small; "a wee tot"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
little, small - limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent; "a little dining room"; "a little house"; "a small car"; "a little (or small) group"

teeny

adjective (Informal) tiny, minute, wee, miniature, microscopic, diminutive, minuscule, teeny-weeny, teensy-weensy The people on the ground looked like little, teeny bugs.

teeny

adjective
Translations
صَغير: كَلِمَه يَسْتَعْمِلُها الأولاد
malinkatý
lillebitte
icipici
pínulítill
mažutėlis
mazītiņšsīciņš
malinký

teeny

[ˈtiːnɪ] teeny-weeny [ˈtiːnɪˈwiːnɪ] ADJchiquito, chiquitín

teeny

[ˈtiːni] adj (= tiny) → minuscule

teeny(weeny)

adj (inf)winzig (klein), klitzeklein (inf); just a teeny dropnur ein ganz klein wenig

teeny

[ˈtiːnɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (fam) → piccolino/a, piccino/a

teeny

(ˈtiːni) adjective
(also teeny-weeny (tiːniˈwiːni) ) an informal or child's word for tiny. There's a teeny little insect crawling up your neck.
References in periodicals archive ?
So when you're a teenie, out with mates, And you get a nice gut feeling, don't put on a disguise, It's possible you'll see that soulmate spark, Light up, for you, in their eyes.
Pupils pictured are: M Mitchell, M Sharkey, D Teenie, E Ward, M McManus, B O'Brien, M McGlade, A Gamble, M Murdy, B M Gee, J Cassidy, A Cook, M McClaren, J Tilly, T Hamilton, M Lee, K Wood, M Thompson, P Donnelly, E Pease, P Murry, M Banks, A Bolderson, K Colley, B Price, J Stuart, A Lowe, S Giles.
Teenie Hodges, the diminutive guitarist and "Take Me to the River'' songwriter who became a towering figure in the Memphis music scene, has died.
He and Teenie, his half-sister, are the only two children remaining on the farm.
One evening he was out in the game reserve with a girl friend, Teenie Posselt, showing her 'the sights'.
And true to Pittsburgh traditions, Teenie Harris was a hard worker, on call virtually 24 hours a day.
And, inexplicably, by 55 many think they look good in a pair of itsy bitsy teenie weenie trunks.
What makes this predictably bleak effort noteworthy is the use of guitarist Teenie Hodges and his bassist brother, Leroy, revered for their gritty playing on '70s peaks by Al Green, Ann Peebles and others.
By far the best looking record I got this week was by a band called Harry Balzagna and the Teenie Weenies.
FASHION FLAIR: Atomic Kitten who have launched a range of AK teenage and teenie -wear for Bhs stores
Still with all this teenie attention, he could be in line to start his own boy band.
This vitality stems from the unusual compositional method: rather than choreographing the piece from start to finish, Taylor solicited chunks of material from six of the company's dancers that he then "amended and combined," as the program puts it, in addition to choosing the loony songs that accompany them--"Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini," "Does Your Chewing Gum Lose its Flavor (On the Bedpost Overnight)," and the like.