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lagomorph

noun lago·morph \ˈla-gə-ˌmrf\

Definition of LAGOMORPH

:  any of an order (Lagomorpha) of gnawing herbivorous mammals having two pairs of incisors in the upper jaw one behind the other and comprising the rabbits, hares, and pikas

Origin of LAGOMORPH

ultimately from Greek lagōs hare + morphē form
First Known Use: 1882

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