Going home, he told what had happened to him, and declared his intention to go through the world to seek out that Vila.
If ever you should fall into any trouble, you have only to call, ‘Vila, stand by me!’
(Father of Pedro the Cruel) was kept safe from his would-be guardians during his long minority, by the Bishop and people of Vila.
Now the horse was a Vila, and he said to them, “Have no fear; you have no need to hasten.”
But the Vila slipped softly down the tree and put the wizard to sleep.
He pulled out one of her hairs, whereupon the Vila vanished.
It was a dull morning when we left Vila on board the French Government yacht.
In an Illyrian story, a Vila is by a youth found one morning sleeping in the grass.
But I'm sorry to tell you that I hear she was a Vila and not a human maiden at all.
There is no other walled town of my acquaintance that flaunts its defences quite so defiantly as Vila.