pl. n. kibitzers; v. to kibitz, kibitzing, kibitzed
1. n., in general usage, an onlooker at a card game who gives unsolicited advice; from Yiddish kibetsn, German kiebitzen “to look on at cards,” from Kiebitz “busybody”: c. 1925. Do not confuse with kibbutz.
2. in gamerese, a non-player who interferes with a game session, usually by offering inappropriate advice. Ex: “Put all your dice on #12, she gives you two resources and a die chit!” “Dammit Rob, stop kibitzing!” “Fine! I’ll just go live on a kibbutz, a communal farm in Israel!” “Fine, you do that!”