haught

adjective

Definition of haught 

1 obsolete : haughty thou haught insulting man— Shakespeare

2 obsolete : noble, high-minded, lofty

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History and Etymology for haught

alteration (influenced by such words as caught, taught) of Middle English haute, from Middle French haut, literally, high, from Latin altus

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