You may be wondering what this 'dictionary' is. Well, it's a dictionary of rabbit terms and shorthand (ex. kindle or SSD). There are probably quite a few people who have no clue what those mean. That's why I have this page.
 

Word Definition
4-Class Rabbits shown as juniors or seniors in their color group, usually the smaller "fancy" breeds
6-Class Rabbits shown as juniors, 6-8 class, and seniors in their color group, usually the larger breeds
6-8 A class for rabbits between 6 and 8 months old
Buck A male rabbit
BIS Best in Show
BOB Best of Breed
BOV Best of Variety
BOG Best of Group
BOSB Best Opposite Sex of Breed
BOSV Best Opposite Sex of Variety
BOSG Best Opposite Sex of Group
BOS Best Opposite Sex
BJB Broken Junior Buck
BJD Broken Junior Doe
BSB Broken Senior Buck
BSD Broken Senior Doe
Broken (Bkn) A color pattern where there is white and another color
Doe A female rabbit
DQ'd Disqualified from the show
Japanese A color type of Harlequin where there is orange and either blue, black, chocolate, or lilac
Junior A rabbit under 6 months of age    
Kindle The process of a rabbit giving birth
Kit A baby rabbit
Nestbox A box that is given to a doe expecting a litter so she can kindle in it
Magpie A color type of Harlequin where there is white and either blue, black, chocolate, or lilac
Pointed A color group where there is color on the "points": ears, nose, feet, tail
Senior A rabbit over 6 months of age
Shaded The color group where the color gets darker as it wraps around towards the rabbit's underside (example: tort)
SJB Solid Junior Buck
SJD Solid Junior Doe
SSB Solid Senior Buck
SSD Solid Senior Doe
Solid Any color that is not a broken (ex: black, pointed white, or tort)

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