dight definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • Archaic To outfit; adorn.
    • to organize; to include purchase; thus, to outfit, or apply; to array; to adorn.
    • having sexual intercourse with.
    • Archaic To outfit; adorn.
    • to get ready; to put in order; hence, to dress, or wear; to array; to adorn.
    • to own sexual activity with.
  • verb:
    • to manage, handle.
    • to possess intercourse with.
    • To dispose, place (in certain condition or condition).
    • To write, make.
    • To provide, supply.
    • To dress, array; to decorate.
    • To make prepared, prepare.
    • To deal with, handle.
    • to possess sexual activity with.
    • To dispose, place (in confirmed state or condition).
    • To write, make.
    • To furnish, equip.
    • To dress, range; to decorate.
    • to help make ready, prepare.
  • others:
    • To set in order; arrange; dispose.
    • Reflexively, to set or deal with.
    • to place into a particular condition or position.
    • To get rid of; treat.
    • To prepare; make ready.
    • to organize or make ready by dressing or preparing.
    • To prepare or make-ready by equipping or arraying; dress; equip; variety; deck; adorn.
    • to place into the proper or any desired condition by eliminating obstructions or inequalities; gown; clean.
    • By sifting or winnowing: as, to dight corn. [In good sense 6, Scotch (pronounced dicht and often spelled dicht) and North. Eng.]
    • Finely; really.
    • setting in an effort; arrange; dispose.
    • Reflexively, setting or address.
    • To put into a certain problem or place.
    • To get rid of; treat.
    • To prepare; make ready.
    • to get ready or make-ready by dressing or cooking.
    • to organize or make ready by equipping or arraying; gown; equip; array; deck; adorn.
    • To put in to the correct or any desired condition by eliminating obstructions or inequalities; dress; clean.
    • By sifting or winnowing: since, to dight corn. [In feeling 6, Scotch (pronounced dicht and quite often spelled dicht) and North. Eng.]
    • Finely; really.

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