Akela

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See also: akela, ʻAkela, and Ākèlā

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Etymology[edit]

From Hindi अकेला (akelā, alone).

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Akela

  1. A fictional wolf character in Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book.

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Noun[edit]

Akela (plural Akelas)

  1. The leader of a pack of Cub Scouts.
    • 1995, Boy Scouts of Canada. National Council, The Cub Book
      Many packs have a sixer's council where the sixers, and sometimes the seconds, meet with Akela and some of the other leaders.

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