aught definition

  • pronoun:
    • Everything whatever: "Neither of their parents had aught but praise for him” ( Louis Auchincloss).
    • anything whatever, any component.
    • Something whatever: "Neither of their parents had aught but praise for him” ( Louis Auchincloss).
    • something whatever, any part.
  • adverb:
    • Archaic in any way; anyway.
    • anyway, in any degree, in any way.
    • after all; in every degree.
    • Archaic in any way; whatsoever.
    • whatsoever, in any level, in any way.
    • At all; in any level.
  • noun:
    • A cipher; zero.
    • Archaic Absolutely Nothing.
    • whit, the smallest component, iota.
    • zero
    • The digit zero once the ten years in many years. For example, aught-nine for 1909 or 2009.
    • residential property; possession
    • Duty; spot; office
    • Obsolete or dialectal type of eight.
    • Property; ownership.
    • something; any part.
    • ownership; residential property.
    • An obsolete or dialectal kind of eight.
    • a quantity of no relevance
    • A cipher; zero.
    • Archaic absolutely nothing.
    • whit, the smallest part, iota.
    • zero
    • The digit zero as ten years in years. For example, aught-nine for 1909 or 2009.
    • Property; ownership
    • Duty; spot; office
    • outdated or dialectal form of eight.
    • residential property; control.
    • something; any part.
    • ownership; home.
    • An obsolete or dialectal kind of eight.
    • a quantity of no relevance
  • verb:
    • your can purchase, possess
    • to owe, be obliged or obligated to
    • to possess, have
    • to owe, be obliged or obligated to
  • adjective:
    • possessed of
    • possessed of
  • others:
    • any such thing whatever; any part: utilized in interrogative, unfavorable, and conditional phrases.
    • whatsoever; in any way; after all; by any opportunity.
    • An obsolete form of ought.
    • such a thing whatever; any part: found in interrogative, negative, and conditional phrases.
    • in any way; in any way; at all; by any opportunity.
    • An obsolete as a type of ought.

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