Translation:white and brown
If the masculine is to the binyan 2af3al, if it starts with أ and then is followed by three letters, the first of which isn't followed by a vowel, then its feminine is to the binyan fa3laa2:
أزرق ، زرقاء = blue
أخضر ، خضراء = green
أحمر ، حمراء = red
أصفر ، صفراء = yellow
But "bunniyy" simply has the same -iyy at the end of it that you find at the end of words for nationality, like you find in ingiliiziyy and 2amrikiyy (English and American). It literally means "Of or pertaining to coffee." So it's feminized like other normal words, by adding ة.
We don't alphabetize words in a list lol. I read the absolute craziest stuff about English in these sentence discussions. "Young and old" is more common than "old and young". Is that alphabetized? "Without rhyme or reason" is the expression not "without reason or rhyme". Is that alphabetized? Geez. Really you people are killing me.