[ki-boo ts, -boots] /kɪˈbʊts, -ˈbuts/
noun, plural kibbutzim
[ki-boo t-seem] /kɪ bʊtˈsim/ (Show IPA)
(in Israel) a community settlement, usually agricultural, organized under collectivist principles.
noun (pl) kibbutzim (ˌkɪbʊtˈsiːm)
a collective agricultural settlement in modern Israel, owned and administered communally by its members and on which children are reared collectively
“Israeli collective settlement,” 1931, from Modern Hebrew qibbus “gathering,” earlier “a gathering together,” verbal noun from root of qibbetz “he gathered together.” Plural is kibbutzim. Related to Arabic quabada “he grasped, seized.”
plur. kibbutzim (ki-boot-seem)
A communal farm or settlement in Israel. Kibbutzim have helped build national spirit in Israel, and the residents have transformed barren land into fertile, crop-producing land.
[ki-boo ts-nik, -boots-] /kɪˈbʊts nɪk, -ˈbuts-/ noun 1. a member of a kibbutz.
[kahyb] /kaɪb/ noun, Medicine/Medical. 1. a chapped or ulcerated chilblain, especially on the heel. /kaɪb/ noun 1. a chilblain, esp an ulcerated one on the heel kibe (kīb) n. A chapped or inflamed area on the skin, especially on the heel, due to exposure to cold.
[kee-bey] /ˈkiˈbeɪ/ noun, plural Kibei. 1. a person of Japanese descent, born in the U.S. but educated in Japan.
/ˈkɪbɪ/ prefix 1. (computing) denoting 210: kibibyte, Ki