"dought" meaning in All languages combined

Noun [English]

Forms: doughts [plural] IPA: /daʊt/ enPR: dout Rhymes: -aʊt
  1. might, strength Tags: Northern-England, Scotland, obsolete, uncountable, usually

Verb [English]

IPA: /daʊt/ enPR: dout Rhymes: -aʊt
  1. alternative past of dow Tags: alternative, dialectal, form-of, past Form of: dow

Adjective [Middle English]

  1. Alternative form of douȝt Tags: alt-of, alternative Alternative form of: douȝt

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