in Israel, a type of settlement consisting of individual leaseholds farmed cooperatively
Origin of moshavModern Hebrew m?sh?bh ; from Heb, a dwelling
An Israeli cooperative settlement consisting of small separate farms.
Origin of moshavModern Hebrew môšab, from Hebrew, dwelling, from yašab, to sit, dwell; see w&tlowmac;b in Semitic roots.
(plural moshavs or moshavim)
Hebrew ×ž×•Ö¹×©Ö¸××‘"Ž (moshÃ¡v, “village", literally “settlement").