n. pl vo•lae (-lē)
Related formsvo′lar (-lər) adj.
Examples from the Web for vola
This servant of his was a Russian, to whom he had been introduced by Vola, and he was a character for fidelity and secretiveness.
Thus the name, Volapk; vola meaning of the world, and pk language.
But Vola's prophecy has to be fulfilled; the gods must perish, and the world with them.Myths of the Rhine|X. B. Saintine
Warsaw and its environs were a scene of violence and confusion, and sometimes the field of Vola was stained with blood.Incidents of Travel in Greece, Turkey, Russia, and Poland, 7th ed. Vol. 2 of 2|John Lloyd Stephens
"Show me Vola's chamber," said the man, in a low tone of voice, and the attendant conducted them to it.