Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A member of a kibbutz.

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  • n. A member of a kibbutz.

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  • n. a member of a kibbutz.

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  • n. a member of a kibbutz

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Examples

  • A daughter of a kibbutznik father and a second generation holocaust surviving mother, Weinberg went to a Jewish day school growing up and participated in a culturally Jewish, largely secular home.

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  • So too did the experience of the collective schooling and the way kibbutznik kids dealt with outsiders -- an early lesson in sharpening my insight in to how identity and belonging was shaped there.

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  • Lily has also grown up as a kibbutznik and with it comes an uninhibited approach to life and freedom, love and relationships which infuse the book, but this is coupled with a sense of real discomfort for Lily when she and Ami pay the Kibbutz a visit.

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  • A woman and a kibbutznik, Chaya Arbel embodies two under-represented sectors on the Israeli musical composition scene.

    Chaya Arbel.

  • As a female kibbutznik composer, Chaya Arbel embodies two under-appreciated minorities on the Israeli composition scene.

    Chaya Arbel.

  • A young Jew from Ethiopia, the son of an Iranian immigrant, a native-born Israeli from a swanky Tel Aviv suburb, and a kibbutznik from a farming family might all meet in the same unit.

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  • Before long, she became a model kibbutznik and such an expert on breeding and feeding chickens that the kibbutz sent her to Haifa for a management course and later chose her as its representative to the Histadrut [General Federation of Labor].

    Golda Meir.

  • This includes bringing on board luminaries such as Moshe Yaalon (ex head of the IDF) a kibbutznik and labour member.

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  • "We could find ourselves in another Lebanon," concedes Cohen-Topel, a kibbutznik who, like most soldiers in his company, did his three years of compulsory Army service in Lebanon in the 1990s.

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  • Big surprise, given a theory from a guy with a name like Kohlberg (who was "shocked to discover how much [kibbutznik youth] 's moral development had progressed compared with those who were not part of kibbutzim"), those values are core to Rabbinic Judaism.

    The Stain of Sin

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