Common misspellings for night:
eighte, sightt, knoight, maight, knigh, 4sight, nighly, niht, deighn, nighrt, kight, hieght, wmight, tnoight, knighs, nightmear, nighteen, yaght, njght, naorht, fnight, nightl, highty, fiight, mght, naighty, nighy, neightbor, nughty, lenght, tonght, caight, mnight, fieght, cauight, noght, mihght, fightt, nighjt, benight, birght, nightw, 3nights, anight, hight, minight, tnight, nmight, noghts, nauhty, naight, toight, tonnight, neght, tonioght, quight, nigght, noughty, bnaughty, eaight, tght, nught, ngiht, nightmair, miught, mieght, jight, nightd, neighood, inight, haight, carnighte, dight, nigtht, negiote, niehter, nihts, kngiht, nightowl, nirto, shight, niegh, nitehr, naighbur, mmight, thght, noirth, loight, muight, sunight, tieght, nghts, negete, rght, notigiy, thoight, nihjt, naughthy, nght, nright, nightr, iight, fighte, kneehigh, nightin, tinight, nightws, nightm, irght, inght, lught, niight, nwght, nignt, caiught, nighlty, neighter, nighte, lightt, naghty, moight, nigate, nighit, reunight, mioght, thight, gight, nigjht, nighr, neighbot, nigt, fighttt, nihgt, beneight, niety, eyght, diughty, feight, ningt, noight, unight, deight, nienty, nisht, tonught, toniight, liight, nacht, oiht, aiight, tionight, nightto, nijat, right1, lnight, norht, nitght, nioght, 2nights, nuget, tighty, nitty, miight, righnt, foiught, nigth, toniught, fiought, maighty, myght, nthat, eiht, firght, bnight, nign, nitgh, thenight, ight, toinight, nightmar, toniht, doght, eght, nihao, enaght, sght, tonaight, fornight, knowwhat, llight, nightt, enoght, nigata, nightb, wgiht, nwhat, shownight, enouight, enouht, lighta, lght, tonoght, meight, knigt, enight, onight, nighti, aight, heght, nieghood, ieght, denigh, enaught, knowleght, enught, nightey, seight, goonight, fght, 2night, lioght, knght, nighst, kinight, nuahgty, faight, neight, nocht, neightbour, nigfht, nnight, nighter, 1night, diwght, anought, night''s, voernight, niqht, thiught, nihnet, naigate, nirth, ffight, nicht, knitt, night', nighht, toonight, nieghbot, nogt, hnight, nought, laght, nieghed, thioght, eightt, nigga, noget, nogty, nuight, nightys, nightley, nightmer, tonoight, tiugh, nighes t, nkght, n9ght, n8ght, nifht, nivht, nibht, nihht, niyht, nitht, niggt, nigbt, nigjt, nigut, nigyt, nighf, nigh6, nigh5, njight, nhight, nijght, nikght, n9ight, ni9ght, n8ight, ni8ght, nifght, nivght, nigvht, nibght, nigbht, nihght, niyght, nigyht, nighgt, nighbt, nignht, nighnt, niguht, nighut, nighyt, nighft, nightf, nightg, nigh6t, night6, nigh5t, night5, nyght, nmght, nhght, niwht, nioht, nieht, nigxt, niglt, nigit, nigh4, nighd, nighp, nighv, nayeght, neyeght, n ight, ni ght, nig ht, nigh t.
Definition of night:
- empowered by them, in which the public acts, resolves, advertisements, and notices are required to be published. Albany County v. Chaplin, 5 Wyo. 74, 37 Pac. 370.
- Roman goddess of night; daughter of Erebus; counterpart of Greek Nyx
- darkness; " it vanished into the night"
- the dark part of the diurnal cycle considered a time unit; " three nights later he collapsed"
- the time between sunset and midnight; " he watched television every night"
- the period spent sleeping; " I had a restless night"
- a period of ignorance or backwardness or gloom
- That part of the natural day when the sun is beneath the horizon, or the time from sunset to sunrise; esp., the time between dusk and dawn, when there is no light of the sun, but only moonlight, starlight, or artificial light.
- Darkness; obscurity; concealment.
- Intellectual and moral darkness; ignorance.
- A state of affliction; adversity; as, a dreary night of sorrow.
- The period after the close of life; death.
- A lifeless or unenlivened period, as when nature seems to sleep.
- The time from sunset to sunrise; period of darkness; the close of the day; flguratively, death.
- The time from sunset to sunrise: darkness: intellectual and moral darkness: a state of adversity: death.
- Time from sunset to sunrise; darkness.
- The time from sunset to sunrise; darkness.
- That part of the natural day when the sun is beneath the horizon; darkness; intellectual and moral darkness; adversity, or a state of affliction; obscurity; death.
- The part of the day between sunset and sunrise; time of darkness; figuratively, death; adversity; obscurity; intellectual and moral darkness.