Pee or PEE may refer to:
- P, the 16th letter of the English alphabet
- Penny or pence
- Pochonbo Electronic Ensemble, a North Korean electronica group
- "Pee" (South Park), an episode of South Park
- Bolshoye Savino Airport's IATA code
- Pee (Shit) : A short documentary by Amudhan R P.
Pee (South Park)
"Pee" is the thirteenth season finale of the American animated television series South Park. The 195th overall episode of the series, it originally aired on Comedy Central in the United States on November 18, 2009. In the episode, the boys visit Pi Pi's Splashtown waterpark, where so many people urinate in the pools that the entire park becomes engulfed in tsunamis of urine.
The episode was written and directed by series co-creator Trey Parker, and was rated TV-MA L in the United States. "Pee" served as a parody of the disaster film genre, particularly the movie 2012 which was released five days before "Pee" was broadcast. According to Nielsen ratings, the finale episode was seen by 2.87 million households, making it the highest rated cable show of the night. The episode received generally mixed reviews.
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Peak \Peak\, n. [OE. pek, AS. peac, perh of Celtic origin; cf. Ir. peac a sharp-pointed thing. Cf. Pike.]
A point; the sharp end or top of anything that terminates in a point; as, the peak, or front, of a cap. ``Run your beard into a peak.''
--Beau. & Fl.
The top, or one of the tops, of a hill, mountain, or range, ending in a point; often, the whole hill or mountain, esp. when isolated; as, the Peak of Teneriffe.
Silent upon a peak in Darien.
The upper aftermost corner of a fore-and-aft sail; -- used in many combinations; as, peak-halyards, peak-brails, etc.
The narrow part of a vessel's bow, or the hold within it.
Fore peak. (Naut.) See under Fore.
Pea \Pea\, n. [OF. peis. See Poise.] The sliding weight on a steelyard. [Written also pee.]
Etymology 1 n. (context euphemistic often childish English) urine vb. 1 (context intransitive colloquial often childish English) To urinate. 2 (context intransitive colloquial English) To drizzle. Etymology 2
n. (Latn-def en name P p) Etymology 3
n. (context British colloquial English) pence; penny (qualifier: a quantity of money) Etymology 4
n. (context nautical English) The bill of an anchor. Etymology 5
alt. The slide weight on a steelyard. n. The slide weight on a steelyard.
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1788, "to spray with urine," euphemistic abbreviation of piss. Meaning "to urinate" is from 1879. Related: Peed; peeing. Noun meaning "act of urination" is attested from 1902; as "urine" from 1961. Reduplicated form pee-pee is attested from 1923.
Usage examples of "pee".
Once, when he was a mogul of bean-counting, when he was peeing strongly, when he was fucking Jo on his desk, her legs bifurcated eagerly, he tried to buy the house up in the bracken, which has its own path to the cove.
They lower the professor, imbedded in his donkey-shaped pizza loaf, to street level in the freight elevator, joined by two bleary-eyed old ladies who squat in a corner to pee, and at the bottom they roll him out into the Sotoportego del Capello, the dimly lit alleyway behind the palazzo.
If Chuffy had peed on the kitchen floor, say, might that not explain her reaction?
But oxygen to help him breathe, diuresis with IV furosemide to makehim pee out the excess water, and a shot of morphine to reduce the volume of blood flowing toward the heart would increase his chances a lot more.
I realized also that the water had not come from my bladder, by way of the little female peeing hole, but out of the mihrab canal.
The Peed unit has been badly damaged by some kind of electromagnetic pulse.
The Peed units were hardened against snooping, sniffing, pulsing, sideband and brute-force attacks.
R Peed units, a pair of mall-sweepers, a flying cambot, and a squat, octopus-armed maintenance robot, lying in a lifeless tangle.
Ada had led the first R Peed unit here, and it had been fried by some piece of very ugly infowar equipment.
It had the robot accent, like an R Peed unit, the standard English of optimal soothingness long settled on as the conventional robot voice.
If you were an infowar terrorist using this as a base of operations, and you got spooked by a little truant girl being trailed by an R Peed unit, would you take her hostage and run deeper into the mall or out into the world?
I scrambled out of my hiding place, reassured myself of some privacy, and peed in some bushes, taking care not to wet my good jogging shoes.
They peed themselves and sat farting in the lobby, chuckling at the trumpeting sounds that issued from their nightgowns.
I was amazed when they peed quickly in a heavy stream, whereas it took me about ten minutes to urinate.
He walked forward and unzipped his fly, letting his privates fall out by pulling at his shorts, not once touching skin on skin, and peed, eyes shut tight.