Complete Definition of "hare"

Image:Feldhase.jpg|thumb|A European hare
English
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Etymology
Old English hara, from Germanic. Cognate with Dutch haas, German Hase.

Pronunciation
audio|en-us-hare.ogg|Audio (US)

Pronunciation
IPA|/heÉ/
:* Homophones: hair

Noun
en-noun

  1. Any of several plant-eating animals of the family Leporidae, especially of the genus Lepus, being usually somewhat larger than a rabbit and with longer ears.

Derived terms
arctic hare (w:Arctic hare|Lepus arcticus)
Belgian hare
brown hare (w:European hare|Lepus europaeus)
European hare (w:European hare|Lepus europaeus)
hare and hounds
harebell
harebrained
hare lip
hold with the hare and run with the hounds
March hare
mountain hare (w:Mountain hare|Lepus timidus)
Patagonian hare
sea hare
snowshoe hare
springhare

Translations
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Albanian: lepuri i egër
Armenian: Õ¶Õ¡ÕºÕ¡Õ½Õ¿Õ¡Õ¯
Basque: erbi
Belarusian: заÑÑ
Bosnian: zec
Breton: gad
Bulgarian: заек (zaek)
Catalan: llebre
Chinese: éå (yÄtù)
Croatian: zec
Czech: zajíc m, zajeÄice f (female)
Danish: hare c
Dutch: haas m
Esperanto: leporo
Estonian: jänes
Ewe: fÉmizi n
Faroese: hara
Finnish: jänis (See also: metsäjänis, rusakko)
French: lièvre m
Frisian: hazze
Friulian: jeur, gneur
Gallegan: lebre
German: Hase m
Greek: λαγÏÏ [la.ËÉ£oÌs] (buck hare) m, λαγίνα [la.ËÊi.na] (doe hare) f
Hebrew: :he:×רנ×|×רנ×
Hungarian: nyúl
Icelandic: héri
Irish: giorria
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Italian: lepre f
Japanese: éå (ã®ããã, no-usagi)
Korean: ì°í ë¼ (santokki)
Ladin: liever
Latvian: zaÄ·is
Lithuanian: kiškis m; also zuikis m (dial.)
Lower Sorbian: wuchac
Macedonian: заjак (zajak)
Maltese: liebru
Norwegian: hare m
Occitan: lèbre
Polish: zajÄc
Portuguese: lebrão m, lebre f
Romanian: iepure de câmp
Romansh: lieur
Romany: baro-shoshoy m, bari-shoshni f
Russian: заÑÑ (zajac)
Sami: njoammil
Sardinian: léppuri, brincis, peldelana
Scottish: geàrr
Serbian: Ð·ÐµÑ (zec)
Slovak: zajac
Slovenian: zajec m, zajklja f
Spanish: liebre m
Swedish: hare#Swedish|hare c
Turkish: tavÅan
Ukrainian: заÑÑÑ (zajec')
Upper Sorbian: zajac
Welsh: ysgyfarnog f, sgwarnog f
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Anagrams
hear
rhea
Rhea
Hera


Dutch

Pronoun
hare ancient form of haar

  1. her

Related terms
hare majesteit: her majesty


Swedish

Pronunciation
audio|Sv-en hare.ogg|audio

Noun
sv-noun-reg-ar|2=har
hare c

  1. hare

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Tetum

Noun
hare

  1. unpicked rice

Category:Mammals
Category:Tetum nouns

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Revision and Credits for"hare"
  • 2007-11-28 14:47 - AutoFormat - trans link [[Ewe]], trans link [[Lower Sorbian]], trans link [[Sardinian]], trans link [[Upper Sorbian]]

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