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# A large house.
# A large house.
# A villain that prefers the outdoors

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The English word villa comes from the Spanish word for small town, a misunderstanding stemming from the fact that a small town in Mexico is the same size as a large house in America.

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Villa (plural Villas)

  1. A large house.
  2. A villain that prefers the outdoors
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