Baretti: A dictionary of the English and Italian languages
Vári-o, adj. sup. Vári-ssimo,
1. different, unlike. Le varie vivande opprimono lo stomaco, different sorts of meat clog the stomach. Ho l'animo — dal vostro, I am not of the same mind with you; 2. various, fickle, changeable, inconstant;adv. Vári-aménte; s. m. 1. variety; 2. pl. various persons.
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vario: various, variable, diuers, disserent, vnlike, changeable, mutable, vnconstant, sundrie, flickering, of diuers fashions or sundrie colours. Also full of change or varietie. Also full of spots, freckled, or speckled. Also a man seene in diuers and sundrie matters. Vsed also for the rich Furre, called gray Miniuer, or for the beast that beareth the same. Vsed also for a Trout, or Burne-trout.