Have you ever wondered how the bunny rabbit came to be associated with Easter and how the connection became so entrenched? Well, it relates more to pagan folklore than Christian iconography, dating back to 13th century Germany and worship of the Teutonic deity Eostra, the goddess of spring and fertility, who was honored by feasts on the Vernal Equinox. Her symbol was the rabbit, because of the animal’s fecundity. Which just might inspire you to consider a famous bunny’s name for your Easter baby. These range from the classic to the comical.