wight (n.) Old form(s): wightes
[archaism] person, human being
H5 II.i.57[Pistol to Nym] O braggart vile, and damned furious wight!
LLL I.i.175[Berowne to all] Armado is a most illustrious wight
MW I.iii.19[Pistol to Bardolph] O base Hungarian wight!
MW I.iii.34[Pistol to Falstaff, of Ford] I ken the wight
Oth II.i.155[Iago to Desdemona, of a woman] She was a wight, if ever such wight were
Oth II.iii.88[Iago singing, of King Stephen] He was a wight of high renown
Per Chorus.I.39[Gower alone] many a wight did die
Sonn.106.2[] I see descriptions of the fairest wights
TC IV.ii.12[Troilus to Cressida, of night] With venomous wights she stays / As hideously as hell

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