There are 2 definitions of wright in English:

wright

Syllabification: wright
Pronunciation: /rīt
 
/

noun

archaic
A maker or builder.
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  • The lower rank comprises ‘the people of every art besides’, who include wrights, blacksmiths, braziers, craftsmen, physicians, judges, Druids, and others.

Origin

Old English wryhta, wyrhta; related to work.

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Pronunciation: ɪˈrəʊnɪəs
adjective
wrong; incorrect

There are 2 definitions of wright in English:

Wright

Syllabification: Wright
Pronunciation: /
 
rīt/
Family name of brothers Orville ( 1871–1948) and Wilbur ( 1867–1912), US aviation pioneers. In 1903, the Wright brothers were the first to make brief sustained and controlled powered flights in an airplane, which was designed and built by them. They were also the first to make and fly a practical powered airplane 1905 and a passenger-carrying airplane 1908.

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