Nyght

sb. nightVariants: niȝt, nicht, nyht, niht, naht, naȝt, nyth, night, pl., nigt, niht, adv., at night, by night nihtes, niȝtes, nyghtes nyȝtes Adv. phr.: a nyghtes bi nihtes, bi nihte, a niȝt, o nigt, Comb.: nyhtegale, nightingale niȝtegale, nyghtingale niȝtingale, nycht-hyrd, guardian of the night niht-old, a night old stale, not freshly gathered nyȝt-old nightertale, the night-time nyȝtertale, naghtertaleEtymology: Anglo-Saxon niht, neht neaht : Gothic nahts; cp. Latin noctem. With the deriv. nightertale cp. Icelandic náttartal a number of nights.