[lev-er-it] /ˈlɛv ər ɪt/

a young hare.
/ˈlɛvərɪt; -vrɪt/
a young hare, esp one less than one year old

“young hare,” early 15c., from Old French levrat, diminutive of levre (12c., Modern French lièvre) “hare,” from Latin lepore, from lepus.


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