Wila

Wila may refer to:

  • The wila lichen;
  • Wila or Vila, a Slavic fairy;
  • Wila, Switzerland

Other articles related to "wila, wilas":

Wila (lichen) - Identification - Differentiating Poisonous Specimens
... Wila usually does not contain any secondary lichen substances ... As a result, although wila is usually reddish-brown to dark brown, some specimens can be yellowish-brown or even bright yellow ... All yellowish specimens of wila should be considered to be poisonous ...
Polo Wila
... ‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 4 November 2008 Polo Raúl Wila Cangá (born February 9, 1987) is an Ecuadorian footballer playing for Emelec ... trouble settling on his first season with Emelec, it was even rumored on the media that Wila would leave Club Sport Emelec at the end of the 2009 season, but at the end ...
Aridnyk - Vila
... is said that if even one of their hairs is plucked, the Wila will die, or be forced to change back to her true shape ... A human may gain the control of a Wila by stealing feathers from her wings ... (Compare Swan maiden and Selkie.) The voices of the Wilas are as beautiful as the rest of them, and one who hears them loses all thoughts of food, drink or sleep, sometimes for days ...
Wila (lichen)
... Wila (Bryoria fremontii) is a dark brown, hair-like lichen that grows hanging from trees in western North America, and northern Europe and Asia ... Wila grows abundantly in some areas, and is an important traditional food for many First Nations in North America ...
Wila (lichen) - The Ethnolichenology of Wila - Other Uses For Wila
... Wila is also used as a medicine by a variety of First Peoples across North America ... of Bryoria are undoubtedly used along with wila for many of these medicinal purposes ... The Atsugewi (California) use wila as a poultice for swellings, and the Secwepemc (British Columbia) use it for broken bones and for bandages ...