From Hebrew קִיבּוּצְנִיק (kibútzník).
kibbutznik (plural kibbutzniks)
- A member of a kibbutz.
2009 January 16, Susan Walker, “When the kibbutz goes kaput”, in Toronto Star:
- When a banker and a developer arrive to find that the commune has not been evacuated, the spirit of resistance is awakened in the old kibbutzniks.