warison (plural warisons)
- (obsolete) Wealth, possessions; a treasure (literal or figurative).
- (obsolete) A reward, recompense.
- 1485, Sir Thomas Malory, “xxij”, in Le Morte Darthur, book IX:
- whanne sire Tristram was in the see / he said / Grete wel kyng Marke and all myn enemyes / and saye hem I wille come ageyne whan I maye / And wel am I rewarded for the fyghtynge with sire Marhaus […] and wel I am rewarded for […] many other dedes haue I done for hym / and now haue I my waryson
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- (obsolete after misuse by Walter Scott) A war cry played to order the soldiers to attack (normally played on a bugle).
- Alternative form of