- (kih-BOOTS-nik) [Yiddish, from Hebrew] A member of a kibbutz.“The young don’t want everything in common,” said Zaks, who at 53 is the classic icon of a kibbutznik with his trim figure, tan, and dusty sandals. —The New York Times, April 18, 1998.
Dictionary of foreign words and phrases. Mary Varchaver and Frank Ledlie Moore. 2012.
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kibbutznik — kib*butz nik (k[i^]b*b[oo^]ts n[i^]k; k[i^]b*b[=oo]ts n[i^]k), n. [kibbutz + nik.] a member of a kibbutz. [WordNet 1.5] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
kibbutznik — [ki bo͞ots′nik, ki boots′nik] n. [see NIK] a member of a kibbutz … English World dictionary
kibbutznik — noun Etymology: Yiddish kibutsnik, from kibuts kibbutz (from Modern Hebrew qibbūṣ) + nik, agent suffix Date: 1947 a member of a kibbutz … New Collegiate Dictionary
kibbutznik — /ki boots nik, boohts /, n. a member of a kibbutz. [1945 50; < Yiddish kibutsnik, equiv. to kibuts KIBBUTZ + nik NIK] * * * … Universalium
kibbutznik — noun A member of a kibbutz … Wiktionary
kibbutznik — n. member of a kibbutz, person who lives and works on a kibbutz (Israel) … English contemporary dictionary
kibbutznik — [kɪ bʊtsnɪk] noun a member of a kibbutz … English new terms dictionary
kibbutznik — kib·butz·nik … English syllables
kibbutznik — kib•butz•nik [[t]kɪˈbʊts nɪk, ˈbuts [/t]] n. jud a member of a kibbutz • Etymology: 1945–50; < Yiddish kibutsnik=kibuts kibbutz+ nik nik … From formal English to slang
kibbutznik — n. a member of a kibbutz. Etymology: Yiddish (as KIBBUTZ) … Useful english dictionary