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This word is found in descriptions of cattle, and the meaning suggested by one editor is that it might be ‘gored’, as by another cow’s horn. The frequency of the term makes that seem unlikely: 1529 to ... my son a gored whye the better, Preston
1549 a gawd whie stirke, Newton Kyme
1552 vnto ... my doughter ... a gared cowe, Thorp Arch
1556 to Jenet my wif one gared cowe, Garforth
1558 vnto Joan my doughter a gowred cowe, Fairburn
1591 one reade gard whie stirke, Hudswell. However, almost all the references are found in the Leeds area and a link with ‘gard, garded’ seems possible. Note: 1505 I witto John Jakson a gordid whye, Leeds.