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coney also: cony
American English: /ˈkoʊni/
British English: /ˈkəʊni/

Translation of coney in Spanish:

noun plural coneys

  • 1.1 countable (rabbit) [archaic]
    Example sentences
    • The humble rabbit was once commonly known as cony, coney (yes, as in Island Baby) or cunny.
    • Only a few weeks ago I had been in Puerto Rico and eaten a most amazing piece of deep fried, nearly greaseless coney so, I was eager to make some rabbit of my own.
    • Or the coney killer, coney being the country name for rabbits.
    1.2 uncountable (fur)
    piel (feminine) de conejo

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