noun, plural god·chil·dren.
Examples from the Web for godchild
Ito, another Leary godchild, told of flying in when he heard his dear friend was about to die.Acid Trips and Frozen Heads at San Francisco’s Trippiest Party|Kate Coleman|February 18, 2009|DAILY BEAST
If he came to see his family, or because he hungered for his godchild, or because—but we are hurrying the situation.The Translation of a Savage, Complete|Gilbert Parker
The old man took the greatest delights in accustoming his godchild to her future station in the world.Ursula|Honore de Balzac
This is a case in which the old town at home remained, of course, much more important than its godchild.Stories That Words Tell Us|Elizabeth O'Neill
I hope you always kiss my godchild for me: pray do, and I will repay you ten times when we meet, which I hope will be very soon.
This I agree to, if you insist upon it; though why I shouldn't help my godchild I cannot quite understand.Polly Oliver's Problem|Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin