Definition of Kulak

1. Noun. (historical) A prosperous peasant in the Russian Empire or the Soviet Union, who owned land and could hire workers. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Kulak

1. a rich Russian peasant [n -LAKS or -LAKI]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kulak

kukang
kukharenkoite
kukisvumite
kukri
kukris
kuksite
kuku
kukui
kukuis
kukumakranka
kukumakrankas
kukuri
kukuris
kukus
kula
kulak (current term)
kulaki
kulaks
kulan
kulanite
kulans
kulas
kulcha
kulfi
kulfis
kulich
kulichi
kulintang
kulkeite
kullerudite

Literary usage of Kulak

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1. Russia, Her Strength and Her Weakness: A Study of the Present Conditions of by Wolf von Schierbrand (1904)
"... System—Excessive Rate of Land Taxation—A Russian National Fetish Based on Historical Error—Indications that the Communal System is Doomed—The kulak as a ..."

2. Russia, Her Strength and Her Weakness: A Study of the Present Conditions of by Wolf von Schierbrand (1904)
"... System—Excessive Rate of Land Taxation—A Russian National Fetish Based on Historical Error—Indications that the Communal System is Doomed—The kulak as a ..."

3. Hand-book of Universal Geography: Being a Gazetteer of the World by Theophilus Carey Callicot (1853)
"kulak, a vill. of Iceland, on the N. со;Ы. It became a bishop's see in 1106. HOLBEACH, a town of Engl., со. Lincoln. P. 4637. ..."

4. The Anabasis, Or Expedition of Cyrus, and the Memorabilia of Socrates by Xenophon, John Selby Watson (1875)
"PASS OF kulak.—At the point where they had now arrived then, that is, where the Tigris is hemmed in by the mountains, and yet there is no short cut over the ..."

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