Archaic bedecked; arrayed
Origin of bedightpast participle of obsolete bedight ; from Middle English bidighten, to equip, deck out ; from bi-, be- + dighten, to prepare, set in order ; from Old English dihtan, to arrange, compose, write ; from Classical Latin dictare: see dictate
transitive verbbe·dight or be·dight·ed, be·dight·ing, be·dights Archaic
To dress or array.
Origin of bedightMiddle English bidighten : bi-, be- + dighten, adorn; see dight.
From Middle English bedighten, bidihten, equivalent to be- + dight.