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Let R be a commutative ring with unity and let M, N be unitary R-modules. In this research, we give generalizations for the concepts: weakly relative injectivity, relative tightness and weakly injectivity of modules. We call M weakly N-quasi-injective, if for each f ïƒŽ Hom(N,ï) there exists a submodule X of ï such that f (N) ïƒ X â‰ˆ M, where ï is the quasi-injective hull of M. And we call M N-quasi-tight, if every quotient N / K of N which embeds in ï embeds in M. While we call M weakly quasi-injective if M is weakly N-quasiinjective for every finitely generated R-module N. Moreover, we generalize some properties of weakly N-injective, N-tight and weakly injective modules to weakly N-quasi-injective, N-quasi-tight and weakly quasi-injective modules respectively. The relations among these concepts are also studied.