A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)

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(Naucht,) Naught, Nacht, adv. [e.m.E. and ME. naught, ME. nauȝt, nacht, etc., OE náw(u)ht, náht: cf. Nocht.] Not. — He will naught lat me lif allane; Dunb. iv. 94 (Ch. & M.).
Naught may my wits all inewgh suffais Ȝour ladyschipe to thanke; Clar. i. 1492.
I nacht decerne that thing; Rolland Ct. Venus iv. 606.
The King wes nacht content; Leslie 135.

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