What institutional gathering's name
means "gathering" in Hebrew?
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The word kibbutz - which denotes an Israeli collective
settlement - derives from the Hebrew qibbus,
kibbutz "Israeli collective
settlement," 1931, from mod. Heb. qibbus "gathering," from Heb. "a gathering
together," from root of qibbes "he gathered together." Plural is kibbutzim.
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