Definition of long-ear in English:

long-ear

noun

  • 1In singular and (usually) plural A hare or rabbit.

  • 2In singular and plural An ass or donkey. Also figurative: a stupid person, a conceited idiot.

  • 3Frequently with capital initials. A member of a semi-legendary people said to have once inhabited Easter Island and who (according to some accounts) were distinguished by artificially lengthened ears.

noun

rare, historical
  • A variety of two-rowed barley having long ears (often contrasted with sprat-barley).

Origin

Middle English; earliest use found in Names Hare. From long + ear<br>early 16th century; earliest use found in John Fitzherbert (d. 1531). From long + ear.

Pronunciation

long-ear

/ˈlɒŋɪə/