Baden-Powell

[ beyd-n-poh-uhl, bad-n-pou-uhl ]
/ ˈbeɪd nˈpoʊ əl, ˈbæd nˈpaʊ əl /

noun

Robert Stephenson Smyth [smahyth], /smaɪθ/, 1st Baron, 1857–1941, British general who founded the Boy Scouts in 1908 and, with his sister Lady Agnes, the Girl Guides in 1910.

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Baden-Powell
/ (ˈbeɪdənˈpəʊəl, -ˈpaʊəl) /

noun

Robert Stephenson Smyth (smɪθ, smaɪθ), 1st Baron Baden-Powell. 1857–1941, British general, noted for his defence of Mafeking (1899–1900) in the Boer War; founder of the Boy Scouts (1908) and (with his sister Agnes) the Girl Guides (1910)
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