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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

A youth of noble birth.

Usage examples (26)
  • Even words that to me feel neutral in English are feminine, if they describe a person or an animal, like the use of "childe" instead of "child", "catte" instead of "cat".
  • The "childe" is, in fact, lord Byron himself, who was only twenty-two when he began the poem, which was completed in seven years.
  • 647: boy that was, your sonne that is, your childe that
  • The childe, which is no mans but thine, for more
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