"Get my topi, boy, and order the gari quickly," the memsahib called to her bearer.
The topi's nearest relations are the sasseby, the tiang, and the korrigum.
He thought, further, to prove his sincerity to me by saying he was ready to wear a topi (hat) instead of a turban.
Ungainly hartebeests, and topi whose skins had the sheen of satin, ran with smooth speed.
The cap or topi is not bound round the head, but is placed upon it.
He removed his topi as they wheeled off and she saw that his hair was shot with gray above the temples.
Outboard popped a ruddy little face, set in the green circle of a topi, and contorted with laughter.
What the correspondent meant to say was that the colonel had secured a sing-sing waterbuck and a topi.
The American paragraphers also had fun with the word "topi," for they thought a topi was a sun hat much worn in the hot countries.
The topi is something like the hartebeest, but much more beautiful and much more rare.