- noun a child’s name for a rabbit
- noun a late order batsman with little or no batting skill; a rabbit
- noun a batsman who has been repeatedly dismissed by a particular bowlerCitation ‘He [Hoggard] can officially call Sehwag his bunny now after getting him for the sixth time in Tests’ (John Stern, Cricinfo 19 March 2006)
- noun incessant talking, chatter. This is a later version of rabbit (a shortening of the rhyming slang ‘rabbit and pork’: talk). As rabbit entered non-cockney colloquial speech, so working-class Londoners adopted this more raffish alternative. It is sometimes used in the verb form.