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Not to be confused with Xela, a town in Guatemala.

Chela has two main meanings. One derivation comes from Sanskrit (cela), meaning "slave" or "servant". In Hindi (celaa), the word means "disciple, pupil." The other derivation comes from Greek (chele) and Latin (chela), meaning "claw", now specifically that of an arthropod.

Chela may also refer to:

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