behold; there it is
Origin of voilàFr, see there
Used to call attention to or express satisfaction with something that is presented or something that has been accomplished: Mix the ingredients, chill, and—voilà!—a light, tasty dessert.
Origin of voilaFrench voi second person sing. imperative of voir to see ( from Old French; see voyeur . ) là there ( from Old French la, lai ) ( probably from Latin illāc by that way ) ( illā ) ( ablative sing. feminine of ille that ; see al-1 in Indo-European roots.) ( -ce deictic particle )
OriginSee also: voila
From the French voilÃ .