Then the Vala knew the fatal bonds were twisting, most rigid, bonds from entrails made.
Even little Vala had been pleased to lie in his strong arms.
There are my cousins Nanna and Vala here; and it is freely said that you have done 114 them much ill.
God feeds the gulls and the ravens, and he will not starve Nanna and Vala.
"The cloud is on my sight, and the burthen is on my soul, and I cannot read thy rede," murmured the Vala.
I would have made the promises for Vala; I would have done so gladly.
Some antiquarians consider the Vala to be the same as the Nornor, or Fates.
Then came the Vala whose name is Groa, the wife of Orvandel the Bold.
When the surviving gods return, they will talk, according to the Vala (prophetess), of "the great world serpent" (Tiamat).
Under all circumstances, the passage quoted informs us that she is a Vala.