EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WIENERWURST
Wienerwurst ran after the rabbit, but his master didn't stop to chase Jack.
It was a little hole, just the right size for Wienerwurst, just the right size for Reddy.
And little Wienerwurst stopped chasing the pretty pink pigeons.
Rover and Brownie and Wienerwurst scampered around in the snow.
And Wienerwurst licked the Toyman's hand to show how thankful he was.
And Wienerwurst barked out loud just to show how quiet he could be.
And then Wienerwurst gave his tail a wag, and advanced a step or two.
Guillotine traps should be baited with small pieces of Vienna sausage (Wienerwurst) or bacon.
And Wienerwurst was really Reddy's enemy, for all dogs like to chase foxes whenever they get the chance.
And they were very much frightened--all except Wienerwurst, who was smelling the funny slippers of the wild strangers.
1904, shortening of wienerwurst (1889), from German Wiener "of Vienna" (from Wien "Vienna," from Latin Vindo-bona, from Gaulish vindo-, from Celt. vindo- "white;" cf. Old Irish find, Welsh gwyn "white;" see Gwendolyn) + Wurst "sausage." Clipped form wienie is attested from 1911. Extensive pejorative senses developed from its penis-like shape.