Childe

Childe noun A cognomen formerly prefixed to his name by the oldest son, until he succeeded to his ancestral titles, or was knighted; as, Childe Roland.
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Childe

• (n.) A cognomen formerly prefixed to his name by the oldest son, until he succeeded to his ancestral titles, or was knighted; as, Childe Roland.
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childe

an archaic term referring to a youth of noble birth or a youth in training to be a knight. In literature the word is often used as a title, as in the ...
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Childe

A degoratory term for youg, inexpernenced, or foolish vampires.
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Childe

In the Middle Ages, a childe or child [Old English Cild > `Young Lord`] was the son of a nobleman who had not yet attained knighthood, or had not yet won his spurs. As a rank in chivalry, it was used as a title, e.g. Child Horn in King Horn, as a male progressed through the positions of squire and then knight. The term is now obsolete, but is st.....
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