Etymology
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kibbutz (n.)

"Israeli collective settlement," 1931, from Modern Hebrew qibbus "gathering," earlier "a gathering together," verbal noun from root of qibbetz "he gathered together." Plural is kibbutzim. Related to Arabic quabada "he grasped, seized."

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Definitions of kibbutz

kibbutz (n.)
a collective farm or settlement owned by its members in modern Israel; children are reared collectively;
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