dicht, dight verb
1 to prepare, for example a meal la14-.
2 polish, clean, wipe: His breath wis steamin up the wee windae he wis lookin through an [he] kept dichtin it wi his sark [shirt] sleeve. 15-.
3 make an end of, destroy 20-. etymology: Scots; Older Scots, dicht dight, decht from 1375 ‘to array, put in good order, prepare food, clean, clean (grain) from chaff’; form dight also collected by EMcC/PS; senses 1 and 2 also attested by JS; sense 2 attested by SR