- villa, pancho,
- villa-lobos, heitor,
- village college,
- village community,
Origin of village
Examples from the Web for villages
Slowly, two were opened up, and in 2010 the regional government opened all four Brogpa villages in a push for tourism.
These villages used to harvest rubber, cacao, palm oil, and coffee beans.
At the time, the Special Forces were pushing into Afghan villages previously unoccupied by coalition forces.
Construction is due to begin before the end of December, which means that lands will be taken, villages relocated.China’s Nicaragua Canal Could Spark a New Central America Revolution|Nina Lakhani|November 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Ras Baalbek is just one of a handful of Christian villages in the northern Bekaa Valley not far from the Syrian border.
Cities, villages, farms and highways had been established throughout the west.The Yellowstone National Park|Hiram Martin Chittenden
In the towns or villages where they stop, they begin by requisitioning food and drink, which they consume till intoxicated.The Great War and How It Arose|Anonymous
If among the glaciers, he hastens to the valley below, where he finds the villages in commotion.
There is far more vegetation to be seen on the banks than in Egypt, and the life in the villages is much more attractive.Round the Wonderful World|G. E. Mitton
After a buffalo hunt the Indian villages were all festooned with jerked meat, strung on scaffolds and among the teepees.Pluck on the Long Trail|Edwin L. Sabin
Word Origin for village
late 14c., "inhabited place larger than a hamlet but smaller than a town," from Old French village "houses and other buildings in a group" (usually smaller than a town), from Latin villaticum "farmstead" (with outbuildings), noun use of neuter singular of villaticus "having to do with a farmstead or villa," from villa "country house" (see villa). Village idiot is recorded from 1907.