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  1. Wight - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Wight is a Middle English word, from Old English wiht, and used to describe a
    creature or living sentient being. It is akin to Old High German wiht, meaning a ...
  2. Wight
    Wight. The flesh of this walking corpse is rotting and putrid, its body skeletal in
    places and its eye sockets glowing with red light. Wight CR 3. XP 800. LE
    Medium ...
  3. Wight ::
    A wight's appearance is a weird and twisted reflection of the form it had in life. A
    wight is about the height and weight of a human. Wights speak Common.
  4. Barrow-wights - Lord of the Rings Wiki
    Most often the Barrow-wight came on the unwary traveller in the guise of a dark
    phantom whose eyes were luminous and cold. The voice of the figure was at ...
  5. Wights - Game of Thrones Wiki
    A wight is a reanimated corpse, either human or animal, raised from death by the
    White Walkers...
  6. Wight | Define Wight at
    Obsolete. a supernatural being, as a witch or sprite. any living being; a creature.
    Origin Expand. Old English. 900. before 900; Middle English, Old English wiht; ...
  7. Wight - WoWWiki - Your guide to the World of Warcraft
    Wight. Wights are an unusual species of undead used occasionally by the
    Scourge. In some cases, wraiths will keep extraordinary enemies alive, preferring
    to ...
  8. Wight - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary
    a living being : creature; especially : a human being. See wight defined for kids ».
    Examples of WIGHT. <what unfortunate wight would be out and about in such ...
  9. Thomas Wight for Congress - Lilburn, Georgia - Community ...
    Thomas Wight for Congress, Lilburn, Georgia. 264 likes · 1 talking about this. Ask
    yourself, am I tired of dysfunction as usual in Washington? If the...
  10. wight - Wiktionary
    From Middle English, from Old English wiht (“wight, person, creature, being, whit,
    thing, something, anything”), from Proto-Germanic *wihtiz (“essence, object”), ...


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