kibbutz

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Etymology[edit]

From Hebrew קִבּוּץ (kibúts), derived from the radix קבץ (kavatz).

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kibbutz (plural kibbutzim or kibbutzes)

  1. A community, usually an agricultural one, based on a high level of social and economical sharing, equality, direct democracy and tight social relations.

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Noun[edit]

kibbutz m (plural kibbutzim or kibbutz (less common))

  1. Alternative spelling of kibutz