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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 ...
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
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.
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 ...
A wight is a reanimated corpse, either human or animal, raised from death by the
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; ...
Wight. Wights are an unusual species of undead used occasionally by the
Scourge. In some cases, wraiths will keep extraordinary enemies alive, preferring
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 ...
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...
From Middle English, from Old English wiht (“wight, person, creature, being, whit,
thing, something, anything”), from Proto-Germanic *wihtiz (“essence, object”), ...