noun, plural eu·ca·lyp·ti [yoo-kuh-lip-tahy] /ˌyu kəˈlɪp taɪ/, eu·ca·lyp·tus·es.
Origin of eucalyptus
Examples from the Web for eucalypti
The most frequently occurring trees were knaries and eucalypti of gigantic dimensions.The Mysterious Island|Jules Verne
Folius was growing on the rosewood Acacia, and the branches of Eucalypti were inhabited by the parasitical orange loranth.Journal of an Expedition into the Interior of Tropical Australia|Thomas Mitchell
On these hills grew the varieties of eucalypti known in the colony, such as ironbark, bluegum, and stringybark.
The massive stems of many of the eucalypti were between thirty and forty feet in circumference and over a hundred feet in height.The Last Voyage|Lady (Annie Allnutt) Brassey
The lower ranges of the hills are everywhere covered with scrubby Eucalypti, which only occasionally grow into lofty forest trees.The Malay Archipelago|Alfred Russell Wallace