mǽg-cild, es; n. A young kinsman :-- Hine áhsode hwǽr hé his mǽgcildum cumen hæfde ðe hé him forstolen hæfde asked him what he had done with his young kinsmen (cousins) whom he had stolen away from him, Lchdm. iii. 424, 37. Ðý læs ǽnig man cweðe ðæt ic míne mǽgcild mid wó fordémde lest any man say that I wrongfully decided against my kinsmen (nephews), Chart. Th. 486, 27.