Definition of Childe in English:

Childe

noun

archaic, literary
  • in names A youth of noble birth.

    ‘Childe Harold’
    • ‘Her voice was shaking like she was some miserable Childe.’
    • ‘When an immortal grants a longer life to a mortal, temporarily bestowing our powers to them, there is no written or unwritten rule that states the Childe must stay with their Sire.’
    • ‘Only when her youngest Childe had left - and she glared after him - Kaya returned her attention to the catastrophe of the night.’

Origin

Late Old English, variant of child.

Pronunciation

Childe

/tʃʌɪld/