λαγός

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From Ancient Greek λαγώς (lagṓs), from λαγωός (lagōós), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)leg (to droop, be slack, languid) in the sense of drooping ears; see also Latin langueo and languidis, Ancient Greek [script?] (lagaros, shrunken, slack) and [script?] (lagnos, lascivious, lustful).

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λαγός (lagósm (plural λαγοί, feminine λαγουδίνα or λαγίνα)

  1. hare, male hare
  2. jackrabbit (US)

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