Definition funny of Lapine:

urbanThe language of the rabbits in the book Watership Down, also an adjective that could be taken to mean rabbit-like.

urbanThe dog had a certain lapine quality about him.

urbanThe most boring town, well now it's a city, in Oregon, were anyone can be famous. "What's the best thing about La Pine?" "Vicy, of course."

urbanLa Pine boring city Oregon famous


Songs about Lapine:

songsBrother Sweet Brother (feat. Ronny Lapine) by Pete Thompson from the Album Open Window [Explicit]

songsChaude Lapine by Matante Mutante from the Album C'est Un Tres Beau Témoignage


Books about Lapine:

booksFour by Sondheim (Applause Musical Library) by Stephen Sondheim (Feb 1, 2000)

booksSunday in the Park with George. A Musical. Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Book by James Lapine. Illustrated... by Stephen (music and lyrics)Lapine, James (book); Sondheim, Stephen (mus Sondheim (1986)

booksThe Sneaky Chef: Simple Strategies for Hiding Healthy Foods in Kids' Favorite Meals [Paperback] [2007] (Author... (2007)

booksLapine's The Sneaky Chef (The Sneaky Chef: Simple Strategies for Hiding Healthy Foods in Kids' Favorite Meals... (2007)

booksDarstellung von George Sand in James Lapine's Film "Verliebt in Chopin" (German Edition) by Desirée Kuthe (Jul 18, 2007)

booksMr Lapin et Mme Lapine: L'anniversaire (French Edition) by Melvin CAMPOS CASARES (Nov 20, 2012)

booksLibretto/Vocal Book - Into The Woods Jr. - The Broadway Junior Collection - Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim... by James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim (1989)


Movies about Lapine:

moviesCharlie Rose with Paul Simon, Derek Walcott & Mark Morris; James Lapine, Wendy Kesselman, Natalie Portman & Linda... 2006 -


Wiki information Lapine:

James Lapine
Theater Director, Fictional Character Creator, Film actor, Film director, Author, Musical Artist, Award Winner, Person or entity appearing in film, Film writer, Award Nominee

James Elliot Lapine is an American stage director and librettist. He has won the Tony Award for Best Book of a Musical three times, for Into the Woods, Falsettos, and Passion. He has frequently collaborated with Stephen Sondheim and William Finn.

Lapine language
Language in fiction

Lapine is a fictional language created by author Richard Adams for his 1972 novel Watership Down, where it is spoken by fictional rabbit characters. The fragments of language presented by Adams consist of a few dozen distinct words, and are chiefly...