kubutz

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English[edit]

Nikud

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Etymology[edit]

From Hebrew קֻבּוּץ‎ m (kubúts).

Noun[edit]

kubutz (plural kubutzes)

  1. A Hebrew nikud diacritical mark (◌ֻ) in the form of three diagonal dots underneath a letter. Kubutz is pronounced as (Modern Israeli Hebrew) /u/, like the vowel “o” in “moon”.

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