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dight

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verb \ˈdīt\

Definition of dight

dighted

or

dight

dighting

archaic

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  dress, adorn



Origin and Etymology of dight

Middle English, from Old English dihtan to arrange, compose, from Latin dictare to dictate, compose


First Known Use: 13th century


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