nat etymology

Middle English word nat comes from Old English wiht (Creature, person, thing, being Weight.), Old English nā, Old English ne (Not.), Old English nōwiht, Old English ǣfre, Old English nāwiht, Old English āwiht, Old English ōwiht

Detailed word origin of nat

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
wiht Old English (ang) Creature, person, thing, being Weight.
Old English (ang)
ne Old English (ang) Not.
nōwiht Old English (ang)
ǣfre Old English (ang)
nāwiht Old English (ang)
āwiht Old English (ang)
ōwiht Old English (ang)
*nōht Old English (ang)
nat Middle English (enm) Not.

Words with the same origin as nat

Descendants of wiht
aught eight naht naught night niȝt niȝteschode noght not nyght ought wat weght weight weiȝte wight wiȝt
Descendants of nā
na namo no noo nothyng
Descendants of ne
nan ne nillen noen nolde non none nonechenche noneschench nonshench noon
Descendants of nōwiht
noȝt
Descendants of ǣfre
evere