American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A rabbit, especially a young one.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A gully formed by water making its way over the edge of a cliff.
- n. A pet name for a rabbit.
- n. A swelling from a blow; a bump.
- n. Same as bonny.
- n. A swelling from a blow; a bump.
- n. mining A sudden enlargement or mass of ore, as opposed to a vein or lode.
- adj. Resembling a bun
- n. A culvert or short covered drain connecting two ditches.
- n. A chine or gully formed by water running over the edge of a cliff; a wooded glen or small ravine opening through the cliff line to the sea.
- n. Any small drain or culvert.
- n. A brick arch or wooden bridge, covered with earth across a drawn or carriage in a water-meadow, just wide enough to allow a hay-wagon to pass over.
- n. A small pool of water.
- n. A rabbit, especially a juvenile.
- n. A bunny girl: a nightclub waitress who wears a costume having rabbit ears and tail.
- n. sports In basketball, an easy shot (i.e., one right next to the bucket) that is missed.
- n. South Africa bunny chow; a snack of bread filled with curry
- adj. not comparable In skiing, easy or unchallenging.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Mining) A great collection of ore without any vein coming into it or going out from it.
- n. A pet name for a rabbit or a squirrel.
- n. a young waitress in a nightclub whose costume includes the tail and ears of a rabbit
- n. (usually informal) especially a young rabbit
- From bun (“small breadroll”) + -y. (Wiktionary)
- From dialectal bun, tail of a rabbit; see bun3. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Talk about bringing new meaning to the term bunny slope”
“Just last night I received what I call a bunny facial -- a thorough grooming of my face with a little bunny tongue at 1 a.m. when one of my rabbits decided I needed it.”
“Watercolor, ink, and potato prints; and the bunny is adorable.”
“Marshall-Stacks said ... children can be traumatised by the loss of a favourite huggy thing, and I guess the nice people know that a missing bunny is Very Significant in a life out there somewhere.”
“I freaked out over the “baby bunny in the forest oh LOOK baby bunny is dead blood everywhere” stories that daughter wrote (dictated) and illustrated in preschool.”
“And that picture of the easter bunny is my favorite picture ever taken.”
“The pink bunny is the mascot character of the not-very-sadly missed English school, Nova, which succumbed to market forces last year, although the name has been bought out and the rabbit has returned from the grave and been spotted in television advertisements.”
“A chocolate Easter bunny is - in addition to Creme Eggs and Peeps, of course - an Easter candy staple.”
“The yelling about blood all over the carpet rather then concern over the bunny is CLASSIC!”
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