A person considered vulpine (cunning); a fox.
Other Word Forms of Vulpine
Origin of Vulpine
From Latin vulpinus (“foxy, fox-like"), from vulpÄ“s, earlier volpÄ“s (“fox"), from Proto-Indo-European *wl(o)p- (“fox"). Cognate with Welsh llywarn (“fox"), Ancient Greek ἀλώπηξ (alōpÄ“ks), Armenian Õ¡Õ²Õ¸Ö‚Õ§Õ½ (aÅ‚uÄ“s), Albanian dhelpÃ«r, Lithuanian vilpiÅ¡á»¹s (“wildcat"), Sanskrit लोमाश (lomāśa, “jackal, fox").
Latin vulpīnus from vulpēs fox wl̥p-ē- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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