1) Used generally of a horse with both eyes excessively light-coloured, or with different-coloured eyes.

The meaning is not always certain and ‘varon’ is a more frequent word: 1618 a mare, wall-eyed with a starr, value 30s, West Stonesdale

1631 a dun fillie whald eyed, Adwalton. Also at the Adwalton Fair was one bay bald gelding with the nar eye whald.

dates 1618 1631

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