or dight′ed, dight′ing
- to adorn
- to equip
Origin of dightMiddle English dihten ; from Old English dihtan, to arrange, dispose, make ; from Classical Latin dictare, to say: see dictate
transitive verbdight or dight·ed, dight·ing, dights Archaic
To dress; adorn.
Origin of dightMiddle English dighten, from Old English dihtan, to arrange, from Latin dictare, to dictate, order; see dictate.
(third-person singular simple present dights, present participle dighting, simple past and past participle dight)