At'ala, the name of a novel by François Auguste Chateaubriand.
The accoutrement (ala) presumably was the addition of fittings.
Afterwards both window and door were walled up and the ala was turned into a wardrobe.
The fairy ala has probably had a lot to do with that trouble.
Whereupon the Soldan ala Eddin told him the whole circumstance.
ala (plural, al), a wing; the side-petals of a papilionaceous corolla, 92.
But how has it come about that the fairy “ala” has gained such headway in this island of ours?
All the way to ala they would still be in the Emperor's territory.
In spite of her starved condition, ala was an attractive child.
Will you, then, permit me to ask you what is the translation of ala e ala, word for word?
ala a·la (ā'lə)
n. pl. a·lae (ā'lē)
A winglike or expanded structure or part, such as the external ear.
Delta-aminolevulinic acid; an intermediate in the biosynthesis of hematin formed from glycine and succinyl-coenzyme A.