The Collaborative International Dictionary
Pight \Pight\, imp. & p. p. of Pitch, to throw; -- used also adjectively. Pitched; fixed; determined. [Obs.]
[His horse] pight him on the pommel of his head.
I found him pight to do it.
vb. (context obsolete English) (en-pastpitch)
Usage examples of "pight".
Then it was told to King Arthur that Sir Mordred had pight a new field upon Barendown.