Wite v. t. To reproach; to blame; to censure; also, to impute as blame. (Obs. or Scot.) "Though that I be jealous, wite me not.""There if that I misspeak or say, Wite it the ale of Southwark, I you pray."
... she uz doin' 'long an' 'long, First thing you know they 'uz a drate big old Mean wicked Wolf jumped out 'at wanted t' eat Her up, but dassent to—'cause wite clos't there They wuz a Man a-choppin' wood, an' you Could hear him.—So the old Wolf he 'uz 'feared Only to ist be kind to her.—So he Ist 'tended like he wuz dood friends to her An' says "Dood-morning, little Red Riding ... — A Child-World • James Whitcomb Riley
... hug wite close Round her neck!—an' off she goes Skippin' up the street! An' nen Purty soon ... — The Wit and Humor of America, Volume V. (of X.) • Various