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noun 
  1. nothing, Nothing; something which does not exist.
  2. A thing or person of no worth or value; nil.
  3. Not any quantity of number; zero; the score of no points in a game.
  4. The figure or character presenting zero.
verb 
  1. (transitive) To disregard; to despise.
  2. 1611 Ye have set at nought all my counsel Proverbs 1:11
adjective 
  1. (obsolete) Good for nothing; worthless.
    • 1611 "It is nought, it is nought, saith the buyer, but when he is gone his way, then he boasteth." Proverbs 20:14 (King James Version)
      1. wicked, Wicked, immoral.
    • ''"No man can be stark nought at once." Fuller.
      1. Zero.
    • You got nought (marks out of 100)
adverb 
  1. To no extent; in no way; not at all.
  2. not, Not.
pronoun 
  1. Nothing; zero.
Etymology: From Old English nÅwiht


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