wila
 n.— «Incarcerated Nuestra Familia members and associates communicated with each other and with those outside of penal institutions via inmates passing into or out of correctional facilities and prison visitors. Coded letters, “micro-writings,” known as “kites” or “wilas,” and messages written on the insides of envelopes known as “ghostwriting” were also used for communication among Nuestra Familia members and associates.» —“Top five leaders of prison gang sentenced to prison on racketeering charges” in Calif. LawFuel Sept. 12, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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