chield

[ cheeld ]
/ tʃild /

noun Scot.

a young man; fellow.
Also chiel [cheel] /tʃil/.

Origin of chield

First recorded in 1525–35; variant of child
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chiel

/ (tʃiːl) /

noun

Scot a young man; lad

Word Origin for chiel

C14: a Scot variant of child
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