leveret

noun
lev·er·et | \ˈle-və-rət, ˈlev-rət\

Definition of leveret 

: a hare in its first year

First Known Use of leveret

15th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for leveret

Middle English, from Anglo-French, hare skin, from levere, levre hare, from Latin lepor-, lepus

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