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childe

[ chahyld ]
/ tʃaɪld /
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noun Archaic.
a youth of noble birth.
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Origin of childe

Spelling variant of child

Other definitions for childe (2 of 2)

Childe
[ chahyld ]
/ tʃaɪld /

noun
Vere Gordon [veer], /vɪər/, 1892–1957, English anthropologist, archaeologist, and writer; born in Australia.
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British Dictionary definitions for childe

childe
/ (tʃaɪld) /

noun
archaic a young man of noble birth

Word Origin for childe

C13: variant of child
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