halutz

noun
ha·lutz
variants: or chalutz \ḵäˈlüts \
plural halutzim or chalutzim\ˌḵäˌlütˈsēm, ḵäˈlütsim \

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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History and Etymology for halutz

New Hebrew ḥālūṣ, from Hebrew, warrior, vanguard

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