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A young hare, especially one less than a year old.
[Middle English, from Anglo-Norman, diminutive of levere, hare, from Latin lepus, lepor-.]
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(Animals) a young hare, esp one less than one year old
[C15: from Norman French levrete, diminutive of levre, from Latin lepus hare]
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lev•er•et(ˈlɛv ər ɪt)
a young hare.
[1400–50; late Middle English < Anglo-French, diminutive of levre, Old French lievre < Latin leporem, acc. of lepus hare; see -et]
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|Noun||1.||leveret - a young hare especially one in its first year|
hare - swift timid long-eared mammal larger than a rabbit having a divided upper lip and long hind legs; young born furred and with open eyes
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leveret[ˈlevərɪt] N → lebrato m
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