What is male child?

  • (noun): A youthful male person.
    Synonyms: boy

Some articles on male child:

Dukes Of Beja
... the 19th Century, this title was associated to the 2nd male child of the monarch ... Queen Maria II of Portugal, the monarch's 2nd male child became Duke of Porto, and the 3rd male child would be Duke of Beja ...
Henry VIII - Later Life: 1534–1540 - Execution of Anne Boleyn
... When news of this accident reached the queen, she was sent into shock and miscarried a male child that was about 15 weeks old, on the day of Catherine’s funeral, 29 January 1536 ... that Anne had two stillborn children after Elizabeth's birth and before the birth of the male child she miscarried in 1536 ... in September 1533, a possible miscarriage in the summer of 1534, and the miscarriage of a male child, of almost four months gestation, in January 1536 ...

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