Wight

Wight

, a. [OE. wight, wiht, probably of Scand. origin; cf. Icel. vgr in fighting condition, neut. vgh vg war, akin to AS. wg See Vanquish.] Swift; nimble; agile; strong and active. [Obs. or Poetic]
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'T is full wight, God wot, as is a roe.
Chaucer.
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He was so wimble and so wight.
Spenser.
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They were Night and Day, and Day and Night,
Pilgrims wight with steps forthright.
Emerson.
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