The Collaborative International Dictionary
Anight \A*night"\, Anights \A*nights"\, adv. [OE. on niht.] In the night time; at night. [Archaic]
Does he hawk anights still?
adv. (context archaic English) In the night time; at night. alt. (context archaic English) In the night time; at night.
Usage examples of "anights".
And I fell to know of wisdom, and within me stirred my thought, So that oft anights would I wander through the mead and far away, And swim the Mirkwood-water, and amidst his eddies play When earth was dark in the dawn-tide.
But if a lady hold her bird anights To sing to her between her fingers-ha?