[Written also Specht, Spekt.] Black woodpecker.

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  • Speight's — Brewery, Gebäude der Brauerei an der Rattray Street in Dunedin, Neuseeland Speight s ist eine im Jahre 1876 gegründete Brauerei mit Sitz in Dunedin, Neuseeland. Geschichte Drei Beschäftigte der ehemaligen Well Park Brauerei in Dunedin gaben 1876… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Speight — is a surname and given name shared by several notable people:urname uses* Jesse Speight (1795 ndash;1847), American state and national politician * Randolph L. Speight (1919 ndash;1999), American jurist * Johnny Speight (1920 ndash;1998), English …   Wikipedia

  • Speight — ist der Name mehrerer Personen: George Speight (* 1957), fidschianischer Politiker Jesse Speight (1795–1847), amerikanischer Politiker John J. Speight (ca. 1885/1890–1954), amerikanischer Jurist und Richter bei mehreren der Nürnberger… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Speight — Speight, n. [G. specht, probably akin to L. picus: cf. D. specht. [root]169. See {Pie} a magpie.] (Zo[ o]l.) A woodpecker; called also {specht}, {spekt}, {spight}. [Obs. or Prov. Eng.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Speight's — Infobox Company company name = Speights company company type = Private foundation = 1876 location = Dunedin, New Zealand key people = industry = Beverages products = Beers and lagers revenue = num employees= homepage =… …   Wikipedia

  • Speight’s — Das Logo der Brauerei Speight s Brewery, Gebäude der Brauerei an der Rattra …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Speight's — 45° 52′ 35″ S 170° 30′ 00″ E / 45.87637, 170.49995 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Speight — Found in a number of different spellings including Spieght, Spight, Spaight, and Speight, this unusual surname was originally recorded only in Yorkshire. Its origins lie with the Olde English and Saxon word Speoht which describes a Wood Pecker… …   Surnames reference

  • speight — noun a woodpecker …   Wiktionary

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