Just to make it clear.
Main Entry: 2viola
Etymology: Italian & Spanish, viol, viola, from Old Provençal, viol
Date: circa 1724
: a musical instrument of the violin family that is intermediate in size and compass between the violin and cello and is tuned a fifth below the violin
Main Entry: voilà
Variant(s): or voila
Etymology: French, literally, see there
-- used to call attention, to express satisfaction or approval, or to suggest an appearance as if by magic
It's not that hard, guys. Get with it.