Wágon. n.s. [wœʒen, Sax. waeghens, Dutch; vagn, Islandick.]
- A heavy carriage for burthens.
The Hungarian tents, were enclosed round with waggons, one chained to another. Knolles's Hist. of the Turks.
Waggons fraught with utensils of war. Milton.
- A chariot. Not in use.
Now fair Phœbus 'gan decline in haste,
His weary waggon to the western vale. Spenser.
Then to her waggon she betakes,
And with her bears the witch. Spenser.
For the flowers now that frighted thou let'st fall
From Dis's waggon. Shakespeare.
Her waggon spokes made of long spinner's legs;
The cover, of the wings of grasshoppers. Shakespeare.