From the Lapine elil-hrair-rah, "Enemy-Thousand-Prince", or the more English-correct "Prince With a Thousand Enemies", El-ahrairah is the mythical, almost religious "father" of the rabbit race in the novel Watership Down by Richard Adams. In the book, he is a hero similar to Robin Hood (and even more similar to the Biblical figure Moses during the chapter "The Story of the King's Lettuce"), who ceaselessly attempts to free his people from oppression and threat using his wits and trickery.

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