A rabbit is one of the few animals that can serve as a great companion and friend to humans. They are small, furry mammals with fluffy, short tails, whiskers, distinctive long ears, and large hind legs. They are also meticulously clean animals and are particularly trainable, which helps in building confidence and strengthening the bond between them and their owners.
Just like human babies, rabbits require a gentle touch and plenty of care. They are also playful and inquisitive – qualities that an innocent little baby possesses. Listed below are 30 cuddly rabbit-related names that your little bunny will surely enjoy.
Of French origin, Leverett is a feminine name that means “young hare”. A notable character who once used this wonderful name is the American lawyer and politician who served as the 55th Governor of Massachusetts, Leverett Saltonstall.
Arley is a gender-neutral name of English origin implying “from the rabbit meadow”.
Usagi is a Japanese-originated name for girls, referring to a “rabbit”. Usagi Tsukino is a fictional Japanese schoolgirl who can transform into a superheroine called Sailor Moon.
Arledge is an English masculine name translating to “dweller of the rabbit lake”.
Commonly used as a surname, Coello is a male name of Galician origin that stands for “rabbit”.
In the 1978 British animated adventure-drama film Watership Down, Dandelion is known as the speediest rabbit and the best storyteller who tells traditional stories in an old-fashioned way.
In the 1988 American comedy-mystery film Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Jessica was the name given to the strong, empowered, and intelligent character who portrayed Roger Rabbit’s toon wife.
In the 2008 American computer-animated short film Presto, Alec Azam is the titular character’s pet white bunny whose name is a play on the stock magic trick incantation: “Abracadabra, alakazam!”
In the 1950 American comedy-drama film Harvey, the protagonist Elwood P. Dowd had a tall white invisible rabbit for a best friend named Harvey.
Lola Bunny is a Looney Tunes cartoon character depicted as Bugs Bunny’s love interest. She made her appearance debut in the 1996 American animated sports comedy film, Space Jam.
In the American animated fantasy children’s television series Sofia the First, Clover is a rabbit considered to be the best animal friend of Princess Sofia who lives with her in her room.
Considered the main protagonist in the 1978 British animated adventure-drama film Watership Down, Hazel is a brave and intelligent leader of the band of rabbits who chose to leave their home to look for a new warren.
Regarded as the main antagonist of the 2001 independent science-fiction thriller film Donnie Darko, Frank the Rabbit is a mysterious figure who informs Donnie that the world will end in just over 28 days.
Stuart was the name given to the father rabbit of Judy Hopps in the 2016 American computer-animated action comedy film, Zootopia.
First appeared in the Bugs Bunny’s Album comic book from 1953, Honey Bunny is a female rabbit known as the former girlfriend of Bugs Bunny.
In the 2018 3D computer-animated comedy film Peter Rabbit, a mischievous, adventurous young rabbit named Peter Rabbit who wears a blue jacket with brass buttons and shoes, was voiced by the famous English television personality, James Corden.
Johan is the name used by the young, sea-faring hare who was determined to look for his parents in the mysterious land of The Feather King in the 2014 computer-animated comedy-drama film, Beyond Beyond.
Regarded as the main protagonist in the 2016 American computer-animated action comedy film Zootopia, Judy Hopps is a fiercely optimistic and independent female rabbit police officer who dreams to make the world a better place.
Aside from being a cousin to Peter Rabbit, Benjamin also served as Peter’s loyal and brave friend who rescues him from mishaps and misadventures.
In the 2017 German 3D computer-animated film Rabbit School – Guardians of the Golden Egg, Max, a young smart city rabbit struggling with his identity, finds himself trapped in an Easter Rabbit School full of rural rabbits.
Known as the titular deuteragonist of the 1988 American comedy-mystery film Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Roger is a frantic, over-anxious, and accident-prone rabbit who was accused of a crime that he didn’t do.
In the 2016 American computer-animated action comedy film Zootopia, Bonnie Hopps is the wife of Stuart Hopps and the mother of Judy Hopps, who lives in the rural neighborhood of Bunnyburrow.
Considered one of the representative leaders in the Efrafan Owsla, the beautiful doe named Hyzenthlay served as Hazel’s love interest in the 1978 British animated adventure-drama film, Watership Down.
Regarded as one of the first characters in animation history to feature a unique personality, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit was Walt’s first breakout animated star who appeared in 26 Disney short films.
In the 2010 American adventure fantasy film Alice in Wonderland, Nivens McTwisp is a white rabbit who serves as the Queen of Hearts’ royal herald.
Jack was the name of Maggie’s grumpy rabbit friend in the 2013 computer-animated fantasy-comedy film, The House of Magic.
Considered the main protagonist in the 1986 animated film The Adventures of the American Rabbit, Rob Rabbit was introduced as an ordinary rabbit who became capable of changing into a striped and star-spangled superhero rabbit – the American Rabbit – when he sprints and changing back to normal when he mentions his name.
Known as the Guardian of Hope, Aster Bunnymund is a philosophical warrior rabbit who was left as the only survivor after his entire clan was destroyed by the main antagonist Pitch Black, in the 2012 American 3D computer-animated fantasy action-adventure film, Rise of the Guardians.
In the 1978 British animated adventure-drama film Watership Down, Hawkbit is a serious rabbit who likes talking sarcastically about things.
Bunny is a female name of English origin signifying “she who brings victory” or “little rabbit”.