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The meaning of Wight

waɪt

Wight – definition

noun

A person of a specified kind.

Usage examples:

He always was an unlucky wight
proper noun

A shipping forecast area covering the english channel roughly between the strait of dover and the meridian of poole.

noun

A ghost, or a dead person who has come back to life

Wight translation into English

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怀特

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Wight, Schepsel

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Wight

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Gewicht, Wicht

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वाइट, प्राणी, जन, मनुष्य

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Wight, Essere

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인간, 사람, 초자연적 존재, 생물

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Уайт, Существо, Человек

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Criatura

Word origin

Old English wiht ‘thing, creature’, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch wicht ‘little child’ and German Wicht ‘creature’.

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