1) A buck in its fourth year.
1523 where as the prior and convent of Monkebretton clayme of me of olde custome a buck or a soor against Mary Magdaleyn day yerely I am content they have the same
1621 as fast before the hownds as he could ... thorow my this yere spring ... wher presentlye they brought back by us a fresh sower, Brandsby
1698 An Account Sander gave me of the male deer ... of full bucks four brace ... that were this year sores six brace, Woodsome.
2) The colour ‘sorrel’, that is reddish-brown or chestnut, used especially of horses.
1420 I will that ... Acris Mersk haue the grey geldyng
Gerard and John my brethir liard botiller and a sorede horse, York
1541 Also I give to John Hadlesay one sored stage to make hyme one horse of, North Duffield
1587 I give to my doughter Jane Barowbie a sowerde mare and a fole, Knaresborough. The spelling ‘sore’ was less common: 1564 Item 2 fylles a dappell graye and a sowre baye, Marske.