rabbit fur, generally dyed in imitation of more valuable skins
Origin of lapinFr, rabbit ; from lapereau ; from or akin to Portuguese laparo, of Iberian-Balearic origin, originally
Rabbit fur, especially when dyed to imitate a more expensive fur.
Origin of lapinFrench, from alteration of Old French lapriel (probably influenced by connin, rabbit).
From Middle French laperean (“rabbit”).