noun, plural va·ras [vahr-uh z; Spanish bah-rahs; Portuguese vah-ruh sh] /ˈvɑr əz; Spanish ˈbɑ rɑs; Portuguese ˈvɑ rəʃ/.
Origin of vara
Examples from the Web for vara
But Vara was in great fear lest some of the men should see them and turn them out upon the street.
Suddenly Vara glanced up at her with frank blue Irish eyes, brightened by hunger and suffering.
"You are a vara intelligent young person," said Mr. Miller, gravely.Christie Johnstone|Charles Reade
Vara bore the aching of her carrying-arm till it became agony unspeakable, and the weight of Gavin dragged on her very brain.
Then Vara washed Hugh's feet and her own in the overflow of the trough, just at the place where the burn ran under the road.