[ moh-shahv ]
/ moʊˈʃɑv /
noun, plural mo·sha·vim [moh-shah-veem] /ˌmoʊ ʃɑˈvim/.
a cooperative community in Israel made up of small farm units.
- mosh pit,
- moshoeshoe ii
Origin of moshav
1930–35; < Mod Hebrew moshav, Hebrew mōshābh dwelling
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The company, A. B. Planners, won the tender to build the moshav with at a cost of $400 million.
/ (Hebrew mɔˈʃav) /
noun plural -shavim (-ʃaˈvim)
a cooperative settlement in Israel, consisting of a number of small farms
Word Origin for moshav
C20: from Hebrew mōshābh a dwelling
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