Cinder if male; Cinty for short if female.
Darth Vader might be a little too, um...dark.
Diamond (as in Black Diamond).
Ebony, Spooky, or Midnight work for either male or female. Your bunny is SO cute!
I agree with the suggestion for Ebony, and Midnight. I always liked those names.
black mole, black is the most beautiful color and mole represents cute living things.
Onyx, Inky, Dot, Beauty, Bear, Smokey, and Blackberry are a few choices if only considering the color for the name. Rabbits often have names like Hop-a-long, Jumper, Buck, Peter rabbit and Bugs.
These have nothing to do with its color, but I think Thumper and Munchkin are cute names.
Black Rabbit of Inlé, named after Watership Down's rabbit version of the angel of death. Perhaps Inlé for short, which is the word for moonlight or darkness in the novel's rabbit language.
Being this is my favorite novel of all time, there are a plethora of other good names in the book that I shall list - Fiver, Pipkin, Blackavar, Thlayli, Blackberry, Dandelion, Hyzenthlay, Buckthorn, Nightshade, Thistle, Groundsel, Vervain, Chervil, Avens, and Rabscuttle.
Really cute rabbit! Okay here's some that I thought of...
Roger (Roger Rabbit)
Rose (black rose)
I would name him after my favorite childhood book Bunnicula.
Black beauty, just because that rabbit of yours looks so cute. I want one to
My sons bunny is white. He named him Mr. Marshmellow. I know, not a good name for a black bunny rabbit. You can read about him here http://www.squidoo.com/pet-rabbit-care-facts He is a very sweet bunny.
Schwarz (German for Black)
I named my bunny thumper. Its not so much about the color than it is about the personality. He was my very first bunny as a kid and I loved him.
The most appropriate name would unfortunately not be politically correct!
One of my first thoughts was "Ebony", but I think that there are a lot of possibilities. A black rabbit sounds adorable!
The first name that I thought of when I read your question was "BlackJack" Seems fitting for such a pretty rabbit!
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