Eostre (Anglo-Saxon) – in antiquity, worshipped in a spring festival; "Also known as: Eastre, Goddess of the Spring. Protectress of fertility, goddess of rebirth and friend to all children. To amuse children, Eostre changed her beautiful pet bird into a rabbit. The rabbit brought forth brightly colored eggs, which Eostre gave the children as gifts" (Miller & Taub, pg 169).
Freya (Norse) – emblem of Freya, a mother goddess, giver of fruitfulness and love; associated with Holda, the Norse moon goddess
Hermes (Greek) – God of the spoken word; the rabbit was sacred to Hermes as a fleet-footed messenger
Wenenut (Egyptian) – "Deified rabbit-headed goddess. Wenenut is the female counterpart of the hare-headed God, Weneu. In some texts, Wenenu is identified as a form of Osiris [who] is depicted with a knife in each hand, although she is seen with the ankh and the scepter (Miller & Taub, pg 169).
Miller, M. & Taube, K. (1993). An Illustrated Dictionary of the Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Mexico and the Maya. London: Thames & Hudson.