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childe

 (chīld)
n. Archaic
A youth of noble birth.

[Middle English childe, child, child; see child.]
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childe

(tʃaɪld)
n
archaic a young man of noble birth
[C13: variant of child]
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childe

(tʃaɪld)

n.
Archaic. a youth of noble birth.
[sp. variant of child]
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Like his own Childe Harold, "With pleasure drugg'd he almost long'd for woe." So to Greece he went, and the last nine months of his life were spent to such good purpose that when he died the whole Greek nation mourned.
The Spencerian stanza, with its rich variety of movement and its harmonious closes, long shut "Childe Harold" from me, and whenever I found a poem in any book which did not rhyme its second line with its first I read it unwillingly or not at all.
And the fancy made him smile--of Childe Roland bearing a slug-horn to his lips with an arm as feeble as his was.
It has been adopted in no small number of the greatest subsequent English poems, including such various ones as Burns' 'Cotter's Saturday Night,' Byron's 'Childe Harold,' Keats' 'Eve of St.
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