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  • (adjective) - (1) Harringay expresses a neighbourhood or district abounding in hares.

    --Trench Johnson's Phrases and Names: Their Origins and Meanings, 1906

    (2) In modern times, "buying the rabbit" means asking or looking for trouble or doing something that will inevitably earn a rebuff. The phrase owes its origin to the fact that one of the old-fashioned meanings of the word rabbit is curse or bother.

    --J.B. Lippincott's Everyday Phrases Explained, 1913

    (3) Fud, a tail; still applied to the tail of a hare or rabbit.

    --Charles Mackay's Lost Beauties of the English Language, 1874

    January 14, 2018