noun, plural eu·ca·lyp·ti [yoo-kuh-lip-tahy] /ˌyu kəˈlɪp taɪ/, eu·ca·lyp·tus·es.
Origin of eucalyptus
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Historical Examples of eucalypti
Most of the trees that they saw were eucalypti, of which there are many varieties.The Land of the Kangaroo
Thomas Wallace Knox
Folius was growing on the rosewood Acacia, and the branches of Eucalypti were inhabited by the parasitical orange loranth.
We next entered a scrub of Acacia pendula, which at seven miles opened into a forest of apple-trees and other eucalypti.
In it were several natives' canoes, and on its banks grew large rivergum-trees, or eucalypti.
All the Eucalypti are curious trees, with entire and leathery leaves, affording an unusual amount of aromatic oil.The Desert World