[kee-ah-vey] /kiˈɑ veɪ/
a thorny tree, Prosopis juliflora, of the legume family, native to South America and widely naturalized in Hawaii.
- Kibbles and bits
noun phrase Crumbs of cocaine [1990s+ Teenagers; fr kibbles, ”products of a kind of grinding,” found by 1891; the verb is found by 1790; today chiefly a form of dog-food pellets]
[kib-uh l] /ˈkɪb əl/ verb (used with object), kibbled, kibbling. 1. to grind or divide into particles or pellets, as coarse-ground meal or prepared dry dog food. noun 2. grains or pellets resulting from a kibbling process. [kib-uh l] /ˈkɪb əl/ noun, British. 1. an iron bucket used in mines for hoisting ore. /ˈkɪbəl/ noun […]
[ki-boo ts, -boots] /kɪˈbʊts, -ˈbuts/ noun, plural kibbutzim [ki-boo t-seem] /kɪ bʊtˈsim/ (Show IPA) 1. (in Israel) a community settlement, usually agricultural, organized under collectivist principles. /kɪˈbʊts/ noun (pl) kibbutzim (ˌkɪbʊtˈsiːm) 1. a collective agricultural settlement in modern Israel, owned and administered communally by its members and on which children are reared collectively n. “Israeli […]
[ki-boo ts-nik, -boots-] /kɪˈbʊts nɪk, -ˈbuts-/ noun 1. a member of a kibbutz.