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Watership Down Lapine Vocabulary

Across
The sun, personified as a god by rabbits.
Outside, that is, not underground.
After moonrise.
"little Hlao" - term of affection for Hlao, a rabbit in the story.
Nice, pleasant (to eat).
Any dimple or depression in the grass that holds moisture. Also, the name of a rabbit.
A rabbit living above ground, without a regular hole or warren. A wandering rabbit living in the open.
Noon.
Little Thousand. The name of Fiver in Lapine.
The strongest rabbits in a warren, the ruling clique.
"We meet them."
Enemies (of rabbits).
"Movements of Leaves." The name of a doe.
Used as a suffix to denote a diminutive.
A doe. Also, carries the meaning mother.
Stinking, eg. the smell of a fox.
A prince, leader or chief rabbit. usually used as a suffix
The Council Police (a word found only in Efrafa).
Fur shining like dew.
Fur.
The Thousand Enemies.
Fur-head. A nickname.
A rowan tree or mountain ash.
Down
A cat.
Stupefied, distraught, hypnotized with fear. But can also mean "looking foolish" or "heartbroken."
Unusually good food, e.g. lettuce
Groundsel.
Destroyed, murdered. Denotes a catastrophe.
The name of the warren founded by General Woundwort.
The moon or moonrise. Second meaning is the idea of darkness, fear and death.
A hedgehog.
Blackbird's song. The name of a doe.
Plurual for vehicles
The Lord Sun - used as an exclamation.
A fox.
Plural for hedgehog.
A traditional game among rabbits.
The rabbit folk hero. The name (Elil-hrair-rah) means Enemies-Thousand-Prince = The Prince with a Thousand Enemies.
Plural for fox.
The center of Efrafa, a the crossing point of two bridle paths
To go above ground to feed. literally, to feed outside. Also used as a noun.
A badger.
To excrete, pass droppings.
A tractor, car or any other motor vehicle.
A great many: an unacountable number; any number over four.
Droppings, excrament.
Food, e.g. grass or other greens fodder.