Childe Harold

Childe Harold, a poem of Byron's, written between 1812 and 1819, representing the author himself as wandering over the world in quest of satisfaction and returning sated to disgust; it abounds in striking thoughts and vivid descriptions; in his “Dernier Chant of C. H.” Lamartine takes up the hero where Byron leaves him.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Childe * Childerbert I.
Chiem-see
Chien de Jean de Nivelle
Chië`ti
Chigi
Chigoe
Chihua`hua
Child, Francis James
Child, Lydia Maria
Child, Sir Joshua
Childe
Childe Harold
Childerbert I.
Childerbrand
Childéric I.
Childermas
Childers, Robert C.
Children of the Wood
Chile
Chillianwalla
Chillingham
Chillingworth, William