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"Weiner" and "Wiener": What is the difference?
Mon Nov 6, 2017 10:59pm
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Wiener means Viennese (from Vienna) in German. Pronounced "VEE en er" = from Vienna.
Weiner means Winemaker in German. Pronounced "Viner", which makes sense since Wein means grape, vine, or wine in German.

Due to constant misspelling in English, BOTH words have come to mean (sausage) "from Vienna" in English, although the correct spellings and meanings are given above.

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  • A mis-applied weiner can get you in troubleMondo Fuego™ , Mon Nov 6 8:40am
    Gives a whole new meaning to a weiner roast. http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/anthony-weiner-set-for-prison-stint-for-sexting-conviction/ar-AAuu1I3?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=ientp Anthony Weiner set for... more
    • "Weiner" and "Wiener": What is the difference? — DFM, Mon Nov 6 10:59pm
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