Fun Fridays: “Wight”

lady bird - CopyTwo meanings found in the Oxford Dictionary.

1) A person of a specified kind i.e “he always was an unlucky wight”

2) A shipping forecast area covering the English Channel roughly between the Strait of Dover and the meridian of Poole.

Elsewhere, it was used to describe a person who is “strong and brave in battle”.

What do you think?


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