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Rabbit fur, especially when dyed to imitate a more expensive fur.
[French, from alteration of Old French lapriel (probably influenced by connin, rabbit).]
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(Clothing & Fashion) US rabbit fur
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1. a rabbit.
2. rabbit fur, esp. when trimmed and dyed.
[1900–05; < French, Middle French]
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|Noun||1.||lapin - the fur of a rabbit|
|2.||lapin - castrated male rabbit|
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