liebre

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin leporem, accusative singular of lepus (hare) (compare Catalan llebre, Dalmatian lipro, French lièvre, Italian lepre, Occitan lèbre, Portuguese lebre, Romanian iepure), of uncertain ultimate origin.

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liebre f (plural liebres)

  1. hare

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