Definition of Likud in English:

Likud

Syllabification: Li·kud
Pronunciation: /liˈko͝od, -ˈko͞od
 
/
A coalition of right-wing Israeli political parties, formed in 1973. Likud returned to power in 1996 under Benjamin Netanyahu.

Origin

Hebrew, literally 'consolidation, unity'.

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