What Is the Difference between NITE and Night?

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The difference between 'Nite' and 'Night' remain solely within the incorrect spelling. Nite is informal and should never be used in correspondence. One may use 'Nite' in advertisements or slogans, but never in an official document.
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Put simply, one of them (night) is spelled correctly, while the other (nite) is not.
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Nite is the informal spelling of
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Nite is a variant of night. For example, Mike Tyson won the fight last nite, both are acceptable uses. report this answer. Updated on Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 06:13PM EST. Source
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Nite is now a dictionary-recognised word just as night is. Nite is used in informal usage and does and should not be used in formal writing. Night is the formal spelling.
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