to own; possess.
to owe (someone or something); be obligated to.
property; a possession.
I begged, because she aughter know that is a sore point with me and not intention, and she had me on the raw.
Believe You Me! Nina Wilcox Putnam
Yu’d aughter be ashamed tu send a man egs that wa, anny how.
The History of The Hen Fever George P. Burnham
W’en I wuz erbout fifty years ole, de notion got inter my head dat I aughter preach.
Up Terrapin River Opie P. Read
anything at all; anything whatever (esp in the phrase for aught I know)
(dialect) in any least part; to any degree
a less common word for nought
“something,” Old English awiht “aught, anything, something,” literally “e’er a whit,” from Proto-Germanic *aiwi “ever” (from PIE *aiw- “vital force, life, long life, eternity;” see eon) + *wihti “thing, anything whatever” (see wight). In Shakespeare, Milton and Pope, aught and ought occur indiscriminately.
“nothing, zero,” faulty separation of a naught (see naught; cf. also adder for the separation problem).
. in the least; to the least degree.
anything whatever; any part: for aught I know. Archaic. in any degree; at all; in any respect. a cipher (0); zero. aughts, the first decade of any century, especially the years 1900 through 1909 or 2000 through 2009. to own; possess. to owe (someone or something); be obligated to. possessed of. Archaic. ownership; possession. property; […]
Guillaume Victor Émile [gee-yohm veek-tawr ey-meel] /giˈyoʊm vikˈtɔr eɪˈmil/ (Show IPA), 1820–89, French dramatist. Historical Examples He was right, however, in his confidence that Augier would not fail to “make” the scene. Play-Making William Archer In the fourth story of a house in the corner of the Place dwelt mile Augier. Historic Paris Jetta S. […]
a silicate mineral, chiefly of calcium, magnesium, iron, and aluminum: a dark-green to black variety of monoclinic pyroxene, characteristic of basic rocks. Historical Examples We knew that the place was ugly and sinister, but feldspar and augite didn’t give it that look. The White Waterfall James Francis Dwyer These are distinguished from augite by containing […]