The three young men of the wallah wallah nation Continue with us in the Course of this day.
I spied thirty scalps on his belt, his leggings and mocassins were sewn with the hair of the wallah wallahs.
It was half a square before he saw a cab; then, in a matter-of-fact way, he motioned to the wallah.
He too commends the "wallah wallah" Indians for their honesty and humanity.
“wallah thaib—it is well said,” replied Mustapha, as the two disputants were removed from the presence.
"Ah, yes; but your wallah frequently falls asleep at his work," you remark to the resident.
I spied thirty scalps on his belt, his leggings and mocassins were sewn with the hair of the wallah wallahs .
But the evening after that, when the snow had ceased again, he opened his eyes and called "wallah, wallah!"
also walla, Anglo-Indian, from Hindi -wala, suffix forming adjectives with the sense "pertaining to, connected with;" the functional equivalent of English -er (1). Europeans took it to mean "man, fellow" and began using it as a word.