lepus

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lepus (a hare)

Etymology[edit]

Unknown. Perhaps of Iberian or Celtiberian origin and related to Massaliot λεβηρίς (lebērís).

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Noun[edit]

lepus m (genitive leporis); third declension

  1. a hare
    Sextus videt leporem. ― Sextus sees the hare.
  2. a poisonous sea fish colored like the hare
  3. (astronomy) the constellation Lepus
    • Hyginus, De Astronomia
      Leporis autem hanc historiam memoriae prodiderunt.
      The following story of the hare has been recorded.

Inflection[edit]

Third declension.

Number Singular Plural
nominative lepus leporēs
genitive leporis leporum
dative leporī leporibus
accusative leporem leporēs
ablative lepore leporibus
vocative lepus leporēs

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Lithuanian[edit]

Adjective[edit]

lepùs m (feminine lepì) stress pattern 4

  1. fastidious, spoilt
    Jis lepus ir visada galvoja tik apie save
    He is so fastidious and always thinking only about himself.