Reading the answer to my question I've found an interesting word. I mean the word "wight"."not" is from "nā + wiht" (wiht in Modern English in "wight")
"Wight" is archaic a human being, as dictionaries say.
I wonder: what sex they prefer to relate it to?
For example the word "man" also means a human being (in general), but they prefer to call so a male person.
Is there the same story with "wight"?