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wie·ner

 (wē′nər)
n.
1. Wienerwurst.
2. A frankfurter.
3. Vulgar Slang A penis.

[German, short for Wienerwurst; see wienerwurst.]

wiener

(ˈwiːnə) or

wienerwurst

n
(Cookery) US and Canadian a kind of smoked beef or pork sausage, similar to a frankfurter. Also called: wienie or weenie
[C20: shortened from German Wiener Wurst Viennese sausage]

Wiener

(ˈwiːnə)
n
(Biography) Norbert (ˈnɔːbət). 1894–1964, US mathematician, who developed the concept of cybernetics

wie•ner

(ˈwi nər)

n. Also called wie′ner•wurst` (-ˌwɜrst, -ˌwʊərst)
[1865–70, < German, short for Wiener Wurst Viennese sausage]

Wie•ner

(ˈwi nər)

n.
Norbert, 1894–1964, U.S. mathematician.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Wiener - United States mathematician and founder of cybernetics (1894-1964)
2.wiener - a smooth-textured sausage of minced beef or pork usually smokedwiener - a smooth-textured sausage of minced beef or pork usually smoked; often served on a bread roll
sausage - highly seasoned minced meat stuffed in casings
Vienna sausage - short slender frankfurter usually with ends cut off
red hot, hot dog, hotdog - a frankfurter served hot on a bun
Translations
نَقانِق فرانْكفورت
nakki
bécsi virsli
ウインナー
parūkyta dešrelė
Vīnes desina

wiener

n (US: = frankfurter) → Wiener Würstchen nt

wiener

(ˈwiːnə(r)) noun
(American) a frankfurter; a small smoked sausage.
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This morning, on his television program "Cavuto on Business," Neal Cavuto summed up in one word what perfectly describes the entire lot of the Republican presidential candidates: "wienies." His entire panel, consisting of four Republicans and one Democrat, chuckled but agreed.