Definition of wight
: a living being : creature; especially : a human being
Examples of wight in a Sentence
what unfortunate wight would be out and about in such foul weather?
Origin and Etymology of wight
Middle English, creature, thing, from Old English wiht; akin to Old High German wiht creature, thing, Old Church Slavonic veštĭ thing
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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