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Meaning of wright

wright

Pronunciation: (rīt), [key]
  1. a worker, esp. a constructive worker (used chiefly in combination): a wheelwright; a playwright.

Wright

Pronunciation: (rīt), [key]
  1. born 1935, U.S. poet.
  2. 1795–1852, U.S. abolitionist and social reformer, born in Scotland.
  3. 1867–1959, U.S. architect.
  4. 1927–80, U.S. poet and translator.
  5. (Wright of Derby), 1734–97, English painter.
  6. 1855–1935, English philologist and lexicographer.
  7. (Mickey), born 1935, U.S. golfer.
  8. 1871–1948, and his brother1867–1912, U.S. aeronautical inventors.
  9. 1908–60, U.S. novelist.
  10. 1904–76, U.S. industrial designer.
  11. (S. S. Van Dine), 1888–1939, U.S. journalist, critic, and author.
  12. a male given name.
Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, by Random House, Inc., on Infoplease.
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