Coney meaning

kō'nē, kŭn'ē
A rabbit, especially the European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus).
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A grouper (Cephalopholis fulva) of the tropical Atlantic, having dark brown, yellow, or bicolored skin and black spots at the base of the tail and on the lower lip.
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Any of various related fish, especially the graysby.
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A Coney Island.
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A kind of rabbit or a pika: early term no longer in scientific use.
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The fur of a rabbit.
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Rabbit fur.
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A small animal mentioned in the Bible, probably the hyrax.
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Any of several marine fishes; esp., a grouper (Epinephelus fulvus) of the tropical W Atlantic.
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A gullible person; dupe.
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Alternative spelling of cony (rabbit).
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Alternative spelling of cony (fish).
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Origin of coney

Middle English coni from Old French conis pl. of conil from Latin cunīculus possibly akin to cunnus, cunus female pudenda