There are 2 definitions of aught in English:

aught1

Syllabification: aught
(also ought)
archaic

pronoun

Anything at all: know you aught of this fellow, young sir?
More example sentences
  • In his report of the battle, Cromwell wrote, ‘it is, for aught I know, a crowning mercy’.
  • When asked who was to blame for all the possessed girls she responded, ‘The devil for aught I know.’
  • Hang yourself for aught you're worth, You were a scoundrel from your birth, And if you cannot buy a rope, Some fool will trust you one, I hope.

Origin

Old English āwiht (see aye2, wight).

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There are 2 definitions of aught in English:

aught2

Syllabification: aught

noun

The digit 0; zero.

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