Verr of Gor
This research is done on the series of books written by John Norman, the comments in italics are mine and my point of view.
Woman of Gor
The verr was a mountain goat indigenous to the Voltai. It was a wild, agile, ill-tempered beast,
long-haired and spiral-horn. Priest-Kings of Gor, page 63


I saw four small milk bosk grazing on the short grass. In the distance, above the acres, I could
see mountains, snow-capped. A
flock of verr, herded by a maid with a stick, turned, bleating on the sloping hillside. She shaded
her eyes. She was blond; she was barefoot; she wore an ankle-length white kirtle, of white wool,
sleeveless, split to her belly. About her neck, I could see a dark ring. Marauders of Gor, page 81

In the dafes I had feasted well. I had had verr meat, cut in chunks and threaded on a metal rod,
with slices of peppers and larma, and roasted; vulo stew with raisins, nuts, onions and honey; a
kort with melted cheese and nutmeg;hot Bazi tea, sugared, and, later, Turian wine.  Tribesman of
Gor, page 47

Clitus, too, had brought two bottles of Ka-la-na wine, a string of eels, cheese of the Verr, and a
sack of red olives from the groves of Tyros.  Raiders of Gor, page 114