willa

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *wiljô. Cognate with Old Saxon willio, Old Dutch willo (Dutch wil), Old High German willo (German Wille), Old Norse vili (Swedish vilja).

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willa m (nominative plural willan)

  1. desire, inclination, will
  2. wish, desire
  3. pleasure, delight
  4. will, intent

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