Definition for DIGHT

DIGHT, v.t. [dite; Sax. diht, disposition, order, command; dihtan, to set, establish, prepare, instruct, dictate. This seems to be from the same source as the L. dico, dicto.]

To prepare; to put in order: hence, to dress, or put on; to array; to adorn. [Obsolete, or used only in poetry.] – Milton.

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