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dight

[ dahyt ]
/ daɪt /
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verb (used with object), dight or dight·ed, dight·ing.
Archaic. to dress; adorn.
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Origin of dight

before 1000; Middle English dighten,Old English dihtan to arrange, compose <Latin dīctāre (see dictate); cognate with German dichten
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British Dictionary definitions for dight

dight
/ (daɪt) /

verb dights, dighting, dight or dighted (tr) archaic
to adorn or equip, as for battle

Word Origin for dight

Old English dihtan to compose, from Latin dictāre to dictate
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