kibitz definition by Webster's New World
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Informal to act as a kibitzer
kibitz definition by American Heritage Dictionary
intransitive verb kib·itzed, kib·itz·ing, kib·itz·es Informal
- To look on and offer unwanted, usually meddlesome advice to others.
- To chat; converse.
Origin: Yiddish kibitsen, from German kiebitzen, from Kiebitz, pewit, kibitzer, from Middle High German gībitz, pewit, of imitative origin.
- kibˈitz·er noun