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  • n. Eye dialect spelling of night.

Etymologies

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From night

Examples

  • After being pleasantly surprised, I was amused by the silliness of this, given my current age, but also given the fact that we were 3 Australian girls keen for a ripper noight!

    Sunny Seattle.

  • ‘Naen o’ thy foun, now, man, or the red cwoats will hear thee; they hae been houlerying and poulerying every ane that past alehouse door this noight to make them drive their waggons and sick loike.

    Waverley

  • "'Appen some'un shows up on the step some noight?" she suggested coyly.

    The Serpent's Shadow

  • I saw in a minute haa it wor: an owd ass had gotten in during th 'noight and done all th' mischief.

    Little Abe Or, The Bishop of Berry Brow

  • Remember me to the 'friend, good-noight:' whereupon he shuffles daan into bed agean, and tries to compose himsen to sleep.

    Little Abe Or, The Bishop of Berry Brow

  • "Bless the Lord, I've made th 'collection speech to-noight."

    Little Abe Or, The Bishop of Berry Brow

  • "I mean that Abe Lockwood's been and gotton converted last noight, and he's up and off to his wark this morning, shaating and singing like a madman."

    Little Abe Or, The Bishop of Berry Brow

  • "It's as true as thaa and me is here; his father telled me he wor aat hoalf at noight on Amebury common, crying and praying by a big tree roit, and he gat converted there all alone; and when he came into th 'haase, his face was shining like th' moonloight."

    Little Abe Or, The Bishop of Berry Brow

  • By this time the man came up to him and said, "Why, Abe, whatever art ta swearing abaat soa on a Sunday noight?"

    Little Abe Or, The Bishop of Berry Brow

  • But I said, 'Did ta fasten th' gate last noight? '

    Little Abe Or, The Bishop of Berry Brow

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