Latin has a large number of homonyms, and all the grammarians have a chapter on the subject: Donatus, Quintilian and Isidore all mention olla, an old form of illa, used by Cicero as a derogatory form for "that"
olla that; olla a cooking pot.
eo there; eo I am going.
Vis you wish (+infinitive); from volo, vis, vult, volumus, vultis, volunt.
Vis (nominative) force strength.
Vis habere, means "you wish to have"
And here are another twenty to watch out for:
Aggere; canes; (canam,canas,cani); decora; fide; labes; labor; latere; leges, -is; malam, -is; mane; mensis; miseris; nisi; nota; novi; rege, -es, -is, -i; rosa; sede, -es; vade, -es, is; velis; veneris, Veneris; vires; voces.