What is another word for old world rabbit?

Pronunciation: [ˈə͡ʊld wˈɜːld ɹˈabɪt] (IPA)

"Old world rabbit" is a term used to describe a variety of rabbit species that are native to Europe, Asia, and Africa. These rabbits have been domesticated and bred for centuries and have adapted to a variety of environments, from deserts to forests. Synonyms for "old world rabbit" include European rabbit, domestic rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus, and Hutch rabbit. European rabbits are the most common type of old world rabbit and are often used for meat and fur. Domestic rabbits can be found in a variety of colors and are kept as pets. The term "Hutch rabbit" refers to rabbits kept in cages or hutches, both for breeding and as pets.

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What are the hypernyms for Old world rabbit?

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What are the hyponyms for Old world rabbit?

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What are the holonyms for Old world rabbit?

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What are the meronyms for Old world rabbit?

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