Angsthase

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Angst (fear) +‎ Hase (hare); from the notion that rabbits, often mistakenly called Hase (“hare”), are very fearful and flee at the first hint of danger.

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Angsthase m (genitive Angsthasen, plural Angsthasen, feminine Angsthäsin)

  1. coward
    He, Angsthase! Traust dich wohl nicht?
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