Origin of varus
Examples from the Web for varus
Not far hence lay the forest of Teutoburgium, and in it the bones of Varus and the legions, by report still unburied.
Hermann, a leader of the Germans, gathered the tribes together and utterly destroyed the army of Varus.Introductory American History|Henry Eldridge Bourne
Urged on by both Fronto and Varus, he will not pause in his course.Aurelian|William Ware
Varus, who had at first made himself loved by his kindness, now made himself hated by his severity.Historical Tales, Vol 5 (of 15)|Charles Morris
Notwithstanding this, two thousand prisoners were crucified at the command of Varus.History of the Jews, Vol. II (of 6)|Heinrich Graetz
British Dictionary definitions for varus
Word Origin for varus
Word Origin and History for varus
foot deformity, 1800, from Latin varus, literally "knock-kneed."