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Lapine (Lapine: Naylte) is the language of partly civilized rabbits in the 1972 fantasy novel Watership Down by Richard Adams.

A translation of a catchphrase from the film UHF:

On lay nahl drao    koi  embleer  lendril
we be  not have stinking badgers
"We don't need no stinking badgers."

Lapine derives fruit names by suffixing (en)nion to the word for the plant: brekennion "blackberry" from brek "bramble", unlike French and Dutch that do it the other way around.

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