halutza

noun ha·lutza \¦ḵäˌlüt¦sä\
variants: or

chalutza

\¦ḵäˌlüt¦sä\

Definition of halutza

plural

halutzoth

or

halutzot

or

chalutzoth

or

chalutzot

  1. :  a woman who is a halutz

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Origin and Etymology of halutza

New Hebrew ḥălūṣāh, feminine of ḥālūṣ


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