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leporid

[ lep-uh-rid ]
/ ˈlɛp ə rɪd /
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noun, plural le·por·i·dae [li-pawr-i-dee, -por-]. /lɪˈpɔr ɪˌdi, -ˈpɒr-/.

an animal of the family Leporidae, comprising the rabbits and hares.

adjective

belonging or pertaining to the family Leporidae.

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Origin of leporid

<New Latin Leporidae name of the family, equivalent to Lepor-, stem of Lepus the type genus (Latin: hare) + -idae-idae; see -id2
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British Dictionary definitions for leporid

leporid
/ (ˈlɛpərɪd) /

adjective

of, relating to, or belonging to the Leporidae, a family of lagomorph mammals having long ears and limbs and a short tail: includes rabbits and hares

noun

any animal belonging to the family Leporidae

Word Origin for leporid

C19: from Latin lepus hare
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