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dight

 (dīt)
tr.v. dight or dight·ed, dight·ing, dights Archaic
To dress; adorn.

[Middle English dighten, from Old English dihtan, to arrange, from Latin dictāre, to dictate, order; see dictate.]
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dight

(daɪt)
vb (tr) , dights, dighting, dight or dighted
(Military) to adorn or equip, as for battle
[Old English dihtan to compose, from Latin dictāre to dictate]
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dight

(daɪt)

v.t. dight dight•ed, dight•ing.
Archaic. to adorn.
[before 1000; Middle English; Old English dihtan to arrange, compose < Latin dīctāre (see dictate)]
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dight


Past participle: dight/dighted
Gerund: dighting

Imperative
dight
dight
Present
I dight
you dight
he/she/it dights
we dight
you dight
they dight
Preterite
I dight/dighted
you dight/dighted
he/she/it dight/dighted
we dight/dighted
you dight/dighted
they dight/dighted
Present Continuous
I am dighting
you are dighting
he/she/it is dighting
we are dighting
you are dighting
they are dighting
Present Perfect
I have dight/dighted
you have dight/dighted
he/she/it has dight/dighted
we have dight/dighted
you have dight/dighted
they have dight/dighted
Past Continuous
I was dighting
you were dighting
he/she/it was dighting
we were dighting
you were dighting
they were dighting
Past Perfect
I had dight/dighted
you had dight/dighted
he/she/it had dight/dighted
we had dight/dighted
you had dight/dighted
they had dight/dighted
Future
I will dight
you will dight
he/she/it will dight
we will dight
you will dight
they will dight
Future Perfect
I will have dight/dighted
you will have dight/dighted
he/she/it will have dight/dighted
we will have dight/dighted
you will have dight/dighted
they will have dight/dighted
Future Continuous
I will be dighting
you will be dighting
he/she/it will be dighting
we will be dighting
you will be dighting
they will be dighting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dighting
you have been dighting
he/she/it has been dighting
we have been dighting
you have been dighting
they have been dighting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dighting
you will have been dighting
he/she/it will have been dighting
we will have been dighting
you will have been dighting
they will have been dighting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dighting
you had been dighting
he/she/it had been dighting
we had been dighting
you had been dighting
they had been dighting
Conditional
I would dight
you would dight
he/she/it would dight
we would dight
you would dight
they would dight
Past Conditional
I would have dight/dighted
you would have dight/dighted
he/she/it would have dight/dighted
we would have dight/dighted
you would have dight/dighted
they would have dight/dighted
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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Who in a morning, when this Mayden faire Was dighting her, having her snowy brest As yet not laced, nor her golden haire Into their comely tresses dewly drest, Chaunst to espy upon her yvory chest The rosie marke, which she remembered well That little Infant had, which forth she kest, The daughter of her Lady Claribell, The which she bore, the whiles in prison she did dwell.