kvutzah

noun kvu·tzah
variants: or

kvutza

Definition of kvutzah

plural

kvutzoth

or

kvutzot

\-sōt(h), -sōs\ also

kvutzahs

or

kvutzas

  1. :  a Jewish communal and cooperative farm or settlement in Israel that is usually smaller than a kibbutz and established on stateowned land

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Origin and Etymology of kvutzah

New Hebrew qĕbhūṣāh (plural qĕbhūṣōth), from Hebrew, group, gathering


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