noun, plural Ho·pis, (especially collectively) Ho·pi for 1.
Origin of Hopi
Examples from the Web for hopi
The two peoples have intermarried freely, and it is hard to think of the Tewas otherwise than as "one kind of Hopi."The Unwritten Literature of the Hopi|Hattie Greene Lockett
It is a picturesque sight that the visitor to the Hopi towns enjoys as he reaches the head of the trail at Hano.
The Spider Woman is a personage of great power in Hopi mythology.
The "sky band" with hanging bird design, peculiar to old Hopi ware, was unknown to Cliff Palace potters.Antiquities of the Mesa Verde National Park: Cliff Palace|Jesse Walter Fewkes
The shell imitated is probably the young Pectunculus, a Pacific-coast mollusk, with which the ancient Hopi were familiar.Archeological Expedition to Arizona in 1895|Jesse Walter Fewkes
British Dictionary definitions for hopi
Word Origin for Hopi
Word Origin and History for hopi
Pueblo people of the U.S. southwest, from Pueblo hopi, literally "well-mannered, civilized."