Meaning of our kid in English:

our kid

phrase

informal British
  • One's younger brother or sister (often used as a form of address)

    • ‘come here, our kid’
    • ‘‘Shurrup our kid,’ said his older brother Noel, ‘or I'll give you a hiding.’’
    • ‘I sympathise with our kid Jeremy, and I know exactly what it feels like when your heart appears in your throat and your life as an unemployed and discredited industry hack flashes before you.’
    • ‘Meanwhile, between power naps, mojito making, a quick smoothie and facial session yesterday, our kid Jonas caught up with yours truly to talk all things metrosexual.’