In Richard Adams novel "Watership Down", the rabbits got not only a own religion, but also a own language. Lapine isn't as complex and distinctive as the languages in J.R.R. Tolkiens "Lord of the Rings"-trilogy (for example). It confines oneself only to serveral words. However, lapine adds a individual style to the characters.
The creators of the tv series also decides to incorporate lapine. So I'm using the terms, that are usual in Richard Adams rabbits world on this website, too. Successional, you'll find a dictionary, that will bring you the language of the rabbits a little bit closer.
A traditional rabbit's guessing game.
The center of Efrafa. The intersection of two bridleways.
General Woundwort's warren.
Predators, which are hunting rabbits (like foxes, weasels or hawks).
Fetor of an animal (like a fox). The curse "Embleer Frith" (en. "stinking Frith") is equal to the words "god damn".
Rabbits food (like grass).
Very tasty food (like lettuce).
The sun, the god of the rabbits.
Exclamatory: Oh sun, Lord of the world!
The time after moon rising.
He stops running
Rabbits say this, when someone died.
Dimple or cavity in the grass (like a thistle or a daisy), that can keep clamminess.
Diminutive form of Hlao (nickname of Pipkin)
Hlessi (pl. Hlessil)
A straying rabbit without an own warren, that doesn't live in captivity.
Homba (pl. Hombil)
Much, huge amount, more than four. U-
"Little thousand" -
Hrududu (pl. Hrududil)
The moon or moon rising. Means also darkness, fear and death.
The Black Rabbit of Inlé ("Prince of Darkness")
A doe. Means also mother.
"We meet them"
Delicious, joyful, pretty.
Noon ("High Sun")
"Blackbird's Song" -
Rabbits, who are too weak or too small for the owsla.
In the book "The leader of the warren". In the series, it's used for defense-
Police council (in Efrafa)
"Lord of cats" (Bigwig said this to Hazel)
Lord or leader. Often used as a suffix.
Belittlement or reduction. Used as a suffix.
Outside the warren (not in the burrows).
Eating outside the burrows.
Confused and dazed of fear. But also another word for featherbrained, disconsolate or left.
Moving of leaves. Name of a doe in the book.
"Prince Rowan Tree" (name of the leader of Sandleford)
Yona (pl. Yonil)
Destroyed, murdered. Means a catastrophe.