wite


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Related to wite: upon, stirred up, sought, copasetic, allows

wite

 (wīt)
n. Scots
Blame; fault.

[Middle English, from Old English wīte, penalty; see weid- in Indo-European roots.]

wite

(waɪt)
n, vb
a variant spellling of wyte
References in classic literature ?
MI DEER JO i OPE U R KR WITE WELL i OPE i SHAL SON B HABELL 4 2 TEEDGE U JO AN THEN WE SHORL B SO GLODD AN WEN i M PRENGTD 2 U JO WOT LARX AN BLEVE ME INF XN PIP.
he prints them of his free will, so the wite is his' - 'But I'm near terrified.
She makes nicer dolls than you, Fan; and she can wite and dwar ever so much better than Tom," cried Maud.