A weak, spineless, gutless individual.
Origin of this phrase is not know though it appears in "A Thief in the Night - A Book of Raffle's Adventures" by Ernest William 1861-1921.
"You little rabbit!" he chuckled. "You shall have your share, whether you come or not; but, seriously, don't you think you might remember the girl?"
Rugby football coach to boy with the ball feigning bravery on the field "Run you little rabbit!"
by Henley July 20, 2007

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