What is another word for kibbutz?

Pronunciation: [kˈɪbʌts] (IPA)

Kibbutz is a Hebrew term that refers to a type of communal settlement found primarily in Israel. It is a form of collective living where people share resources and responsibilities. The word "kibbutz" has a few synonyms that can be used to describe similar living arrangements. For instance, "moshav" describes a cooperative farming community in Israel where farmers work together on agricultural tasks. "Hirbutz" is a rural settlement or neighborhood that functions similarly to a kibbutz, but is not necessarily agricultural in nature. "Kvutzah" refers to a subgroup within a kibbutz that works together on specific tasks. These synonyms help describe various types of collective living arrangements found in Israel.

What are the hypernyms for Kibbutz?

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What are the hyponyms for Kibbutz?

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What are the meronyms for Kibbutz?

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  • meronyms for kibbutz (as nouns)

Famous quotes with Kibbutz

  • Israel remains and embattled democracy in the midst of authoritarian states, and the birthplace of the kibbutz to which tens of thousands of youth from around the world have turned for a living lesson in human equality.
    Dennis Prager

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