wight

Wight vs Force - What's the difference?

wight | force |


As nouns the difference between wight and force

is that wight is (archaic) a living creature, especially a human being while force is force.

As an adjective wight

is (archaic except in dialects ) brave, valorous, strong.

Wight vs Corpse - What's the difference?

wight | corpse |


As nouns the difference between wight and corpse

is that wight is (archaic) a living creature, especially a human being while corpse is a dead body.

As an adjective wight

is (archaic except in dialects ) brave, valorous, strong.

As a verb corpse is

(intransitive|slang|of an actor) to lose control during a performance and laugh uncontrollably.

Wight vs Revenant - What's the difference?

wight | revenant |


As nouns the difference between wight and revenant

is that wight is (archaic) a living creature, especially a human being while revenant is someone who returns from a long absence.

As adjectives the difference between wight and revenant

is that wight is (archaic except in dialects ) brave, valorous, strong while revenant is .

Sprite vs Wight - What's the difference?

sprite | wight |


As nouns the difference between sprite and wight

is that sprite is (mythology) a spirit; a soul; a shade; also, an apparition while wight is (archaic) a living creature, especially a human being.

As an adjective wight is

(archaic except in dialects ) brave, valorous, strong.

Clout vs Wight - What's the difference?

clout | wight |


In archaic|lang=en terms the difference between clout and wight

is that clout is (archaic) an iron plate on an axletree or other wood to keep it from wearing; a washer while wight is (archaic) a living creature, especially a human being.

As nouns the difference between clout and wight

is that clout is influence or effectiveness, especially political while wight is (archaic) a living creature, especially a human being.

As a verb clout

is to hit, especially with the fist.

As an adjective wight is

(archaic except in dialects ) brave, valorous, strong.

White vs Wight - What's the difference?

white | wight |


As a proper noun white

is .

As a noun wight is

(archaic) a living creature, especially a human being.

As an adjective wight is

(archaic except in dialects ) brave, valorous, strong.

Wight - What does it mean?

wight | |

Unit vs Wight - What's the difference?

unit | wight |


As a verb unit

is .

As a noun wight is

(archaic) a living creature, especially a human being.

As an adjective wight is

(archaic except in dialects ) brave, valorous, strong.

Wight vs Twight - What's the difference?

wight | twight |


As a noun wight

is (archaic) a living creature, especially a human being.

As an adjective wight

is (archaic except in dialects ) brave, valorous, strong.

As a verb twight is

(obsolete).

Wight vs Ight - What's the difference?

wight | ight |


As nouns the difference between wight and ight

is that wight is (archaic) a living creature, especially a human being while ight is (obsolete) (l).

As an adjective wight

is (archaic except in dialects ) brave, valorous, strong.

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