Definition funny of Wheen:

urbanTo get out of the habit, a small quantity, a little; somewhat. Scottish slang: A large amount (opposite of tickie) A multitude. A good many. Loads.

urbanShe's trying to wheen herself off Coffee. She is still wheening off Coffee. I think she wheened off coffee. Scottish slang: Fuxache, err's a wheen a fowk in here the night!


Books about Wheen:

booksA Wheen Tunes for Bairns tae spiel: A Set of Tunes for Young Folk to play by Ronald Stevenson (Mar 1, 2006)

booksA Wheen O'blethers: The Changing Face of Scottish Literature by David Gray (Aug 17, 2000)

booksA Wheen Mair - and then some: 100 Scottish verses with glossary Vol III by Andrew A Duncan (2000)

booksby Wheen, Francis Marx's Das Kapital: A Biography (Books That Changed the World) (2008) Paperback (1000)

booksA wheen mair o Scots and English verse by Andrew A Duncan (1996)

booksAn Experimental Study of the Stresses in Masonry Dams: By Karl Pearson, F.R.S., and A. F. Campbell Pollard, Assisted... by Karl Pearson and A F. Campbell Pollard (Feb 24, 2010)

booksBiography - Wheen, Francis (1957-): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team (Dec 16, 2007)


Wiki information Wheen:

Francis Wheen
Author, TV Actor, Person, Person or entity appearing in film, Award Nominee

Francis James Baird Wheen is a British journalist, writer and broadcaster.

Natalie Wheen
Broadcast Artist, Person

Natalie Wheen is an English classical music radio presenter, currently broadcasting on Classic FM. Wheen, who was born in Shanghai, was a presenter of BBC Radio 4's arts' programme Kaleidoscope and Radio 3's evening sequence Mainly for Pleasure. She...