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hight

adjective \ˈhīt\

Definition of HIGHT

archaic
:  being called :  named

Origin of HIGHT

Middle English, past participle (earlier past) of hoten to command, call, be called, from Old English hātan; akin to Old High German heizzan to command, call
First Known Use: 15th century

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