Easter bunny


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Easter Bunny

n.
A rabbit of folklore depicted as delivering baskets of colored eggs to children at Easter.
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Noun1.Easter Bunny - a rabbit that delivers Easter eggsEaster bunny - a rabbit that delivers Easter eggs  
Translations
coelhinho da Páscoa
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