A fur, probably squirrel, much used in medieval times to line and trim robes.(noun)
Heraldry A representation of fur.(noun)
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Use "vair" in a sentence
"But me luvz teh rain vair much so I don't mind if it doesn't!"
"It is a land of mountains and forests, where there are to be found the animals called vair , ermine, and sable."
"In these laws sable is called vair, and it has been asserted that Perrault marked the dignity conferred upon Cinderella by the fairy's gift of a slipper of vair, a privilege confined to the highest rank of princesses."