1. Definition of Hare. (Entry 1 of 2) : any of various swift, gnawing, herbivorous, usually shy lagomorph mammals (family Leporidae and especially genus Lepus) that have long ears, short tails, and powerful long hind legs, are usually solitary or sometimes live in pairs, have the young open-eyed and furred at birth, and live in aboveground nests —
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2. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. Hares are the most widespread lagomorph genus, occupying most of North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa
3. A typical species is the European Hare ( L
4. The Hare is an animal that has been featured prominently in the mythology and folklore of human societies around the world
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5. The legend of the White Hare, in which the spirit of a woman takes the form of a Hare and haunts the earth at night, is a central pillar of some British folklore.
6. Hares are larger than rabbits, having longer ears and legs, and live in shallow nests (forms)Related adjective: leporine
7. Make a Hare of someone Irish informal to defeat someone completely.
8. Conjugate Hare in every English verb tense including present, past, and future.
9. Hares, in contrast, are larger, and they are born fully developed with fur and open eyes after a gestation period lasting about 42 days.
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12. The word Hare is a very old one in the English language
13. Developing from the Old English hara, Hare is recorded before 900
14. The deeper roots of Hare are Germanic in origin; compare the Danish word Hare
15. Hare is related to the Dutch haas and German Hase.
Hare, Haas, Hase
16. Hares are larger than rabbits, having longer ears and legs, and live in shallow nests (forms).
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18. Synonyms & Antonyms of Hare
19. The Easter Hare is inexplicable to to me, but probably the Hare was the sacred animal of Ostara; just as there is a Hare on the statue of [the Celtic goddess] Abnoba.” [My translation from German.] More developed stories have since emerged connecting Eostre/Ostara and the Hare, one of which was the subject of Holly B.’s question:
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20. The Hare Krishna movement dates back to the fifteenth century (1486), when its founder, Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, began teaching that Krishna was the supreme Lord above every other god
21. Thought to have been introduced into the UK in Roman times (or even earlier), the brown Hare is now considered naturalised
22. A Hare in the wild will live for about 4-years, although there are some Hares which have a shorter lifespan than this
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23. In fact, in captivity, a Hare could easily live until 12-years, with the rabbit capping off at about that amount too.
24. The Hare was much amused at the idea of running a race with the Tortoise, but for the fun of the thing he agreed
25. Hare n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc
26. (animal: Lepus) lepre nf sostantivo femminile: Identifica un essere, un oggetto o un concetto che assume genere femminile: scrittrice, aquila, lampada, moneta, felicità : Peter caught a Hare in a trap yesterday
27. The European Hare (Lepus europaeus), also known as the brown Hare, is a species of Hare native to Europe and parts of Asia.It is among the largest Hare species and is adapted to temperate, open country
28. Hares are herbivorous and feed mainly on grasses and herbs, supplementing these with twigs, buds, bark and field crops, particularly in winter
Hares, Herbivorous, Herbs
29. 'Serial stowaway' Marilyn Hartman is being held without bond following her arrest at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport on Tuesday after she …
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30. My grandfather came back from the war as mad as a March Hare because of all the horrible things he saw
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31. I'll be mad as a March Hare if I have to deal with these screaming toddlers for much longer
32. My family thinks I'm as mad as a March Hare just because I practice a form of
33. Melanie Finn, author of Away From You (2004), The Gloaming (2016), The Underneath (2018), and The Hare (2021), was born and raised in Kenya and the US
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36. Hare (n.) Old English hara "Hare," from Proto-West Germanic *hasan-(source also of Old Frisian hasa, Middle Dutch haese, Dutch haas, Old High German haso, German Hase), of uncertain origin; possibly the original sense was "gray" (compare Old English hasu, Old High German hasan "gray"), from PIE *khas-"gray" (source also of Latin canus "white, gray, gray-haired").
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37. Dr. Hare is an evil scientist and inventor whose brain has been altered and fused with a rabbit's, causing his obsession over carrots
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38. 1 Characteristics 1.1 Appearance 2 Storyline 2.1 Role on 24 Carrot Island 2.2 Role on Reality TV Island 2.3 Role on Super Villain Island 3 Toy 3.1 Dr. Hare 6" 3.2 Dr. Hare Plush Toy 4 Trivia 5 References Dr. Hare is a man who's dressed up in a pink rabbit suit
39. Hare n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc
40. Peter caught a Hare in a trap yesterday
41. Called the “serial stowaway” by local news media, the woman, Marilyn Hartman, was arrested on Tuesday at O’Hare International Airport on charges of …
42. Hare, also known as jackrabbit, is small mammal that belongs to the family Leporidae (family of rabbits and Hares)
43. There are 32 species of Hare that are native to Africa, Eurasia and North America
44. Most species of Hare inhabit open forests, meadows, clearings and farmlands (some Hares can survive in the extreme habitats such as deserts and Arctic tundra).
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45. Hare Krishna, Hare KrishnaKrishna Krishna, Hare HareHare Rama, Hare RamaRama Rama, Hare HareTarana & Friends Love in action
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46. Snowshoe Hares have an interesting adaptation that helps protect them against predators
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47. During the winter, snowshoe Hares are white, which helps them blend in with the snow
48. When the seasons change to spring and summer, snowshoe Hares
49. Arnebeth) occurs only in (Leviticus 11:6) and Deuteronomy 14:7 Amongst the animals disallowed as food by the Mosaic law.The Hare is at this day called arnel by the Arabs in Palestine and Syria
50. Similar to how a Hare or a rabbit jumps around.
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52. Early History of the Hare family
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Psychological Meaning: The hare can be a symbol of the trickster who effects transformation. It is both a messenger from the unconscious and the weak but cunning inferior function at the threshold between conscious and unconscious.
In terms of differences between the two, hares are physically larger than rabbits, with longer hind legs, larger feet, and longer ears with black markings, and rather than burrowing into the ground like rabbits, hares build simple nests in the grass. The only rabbit to build its nest above ground is the cottontail rabbit.
As nouns the difference between hare and jackrabbit is that hare is any of several plant-eating animals of the family leporidae, especially of the genus lepus, similar to a rabbit, but larger and with longer ears while jackrabbit is any of several large north american hares of the genus lepus.
1. variable noun. A hare is an animal like a rabbit but larger with long ears, long legs, and a small tail. Hare is the flesh of this animal eaten as food.