A livingcreature, especially a human being. (noun)
Brave, valorous, strong. (adjective)
Examples of word Wight
The unfortunate wight is the one who can take many glasses without betraying a sign, who must take numerous glasses in order to get the "kick."
Meantime the hump of that awful bump Into the heavens contrived to get To so great a height that they called the wight The man with the minaret.
The wight is a stranger, never before did I see him about this quarter or this street.
That's about 220 live wight, very big for a PA mountain deer.
Yes | No | Report from gman3186 wrote 1 day 48 min ago johnycakes i hunt in isle of wight county
Or you could use Wraith, but the words wight and wraith have identical meanings in fantasy literature.
Nor was he ever really himself until he felt the mellow warmth of the vine singing in his blood He was an artist, it is true, always an artist; but somehow, sober the high pitch and lilt went out of his thought-processes and he was prone to be as deadly dull as a British Sunday — not dull as other men are dull, but dull when measured by the sprightly wight that