Zela may refer to:

  • an alternative name for Zile, a city and a district of Tokat Province, Turkey
  • Vaçe Zela (born 1939), an Albanian singer
  • Zela (skipper), a genus of grass skippers

Other articles related to "zela":

Francisco Antonio De Zela
... Francisco Antonio De Zela y Arizaga (born in July 24, 1786 in Lima - died in July 28, 1821 in Panama city), is notable for sending forth the first libertarian outcry in ... De Zela was supported by a large group of criollos, mestizos and Indians, among them the caciques José Rosa Ara and Miguel Copaja ... was the first under the direction of Don Francisco Antonio De Zela, occupying the quarters of the Spanish authorities that night ...
Festivali I Këngës - History - Impressive Record
... The first winner of Festivali i Këngës was the legendary Vaçe Zela with her famous song "Fëmija I Parë" (The First Child) ... Vaçe Zela is the singer with the most victories in FIK history to date, an impressive 11 times ... Vaçe Zela (1966, 1967, 1968 duet 1976 1977) 2 ...
Zela (skipper)
... Zela Scientific classification Kingdom Animalia Phylum Arthropoda Class Insecta Order Lepidoptera Family Hesperiidae Subfamily Hesperiinae Tribe Erionotini Genus Zela Species Numerous, see below Synonyms Matapoides ...