wolfling

wolfling

(ˈwʊlflɪŋ)
n
(Animals) a young wolf
Translations
References in classic literature ?
Not one small wolfling has ever come back to thank old Baloo for his teachings.
Thou art a man, Little Brother, wolfling of my watching.
Wolfling is set in a future where an expedition from Earth reaches Alpha Centauri II, only to find that all life is governed by the Throne World - including Earth, one of its remote outposts.
Juhasz-Vedres G, Rozsa E, Rakos G, Dobszay MB, Kis Z, Wolfling J, Toldi J, Parducz A, Farkas T.
Wolfling [42] povazuje podobne jako Ragnitz za problem velikost vychodonemeckych podniku, kdyz zduraznuje nejen nedostatecny pocet velkych firem, ale take nizkou produktivitu v techto firmach (cca 50 % zapadonemecke urovne).
The difficult process of integration into a new culture (acculturation) may be associated with a greater vulnerability to suffering psychological distress and symptoms (Coffman & Norton, 2010; Gruesser, Wolfling, Morsen, Albrecht, & Hein, 2005; Haasen, Demiralay, & Reimer, 2008).
The boy convinces his father to take the wolflings home, and there the scene comes to an end.