Origin of varia
Definition for varia (2 of 2)
noun, plural va·ri·ae lec·ti·o·nes [wah-ri-ahy lek-ti-oh-nes; English vair-ee-ee lek-shee-oh-neez] /ˈwɑ rɪˌaɪ ˌlɛk tɪˈoʊ nɛs; English ˈvɛər iˌi ˌlɛk ʃiˈoʊ niz/. Latin.
Examples from the Web for varia
But Varia's face changed, and her eyes grew dark and hunted.
When Eudemius judged the time to be ripe, he brought Varia upon the scene.
They managed to put the wounded man to bed, and Varia stayed to nurse him.The World's Greatest Books, Vol VIII|Arthur Mee and J.A. Hammerton, Eds.
Varia sprang to her and kissed her, with fond coaxing arms about her, so that she relented, since her lady's will was law.
Probably you have noticed that I have been in my old bad humour today, and have had a nasty quarrel with Varia?Youth|Leo Tolstoy