1) Formerly a frequent word for a horse that was wall-eyed.
1403 lego nomine mortuarii mei optimum equum meum quem habeo nomine Varon, Saxton
1451 De j equo trottante vocato Varond xs, Strensall
1553 my varrant curtall nagge, Pontefract
1596 a graye mare and a varon stagg which was of her
1618 an old varon mare, South Cave.