Definition of halutz
: a Jew who immigrated to the region of Palestine especially as part of a movement in the years after World War I to work the land and create Jewish settlements
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Origin and Etymology of halutz
New Hebrew ḥālūṣ, from Hebrew, warrior, vanguard
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