noun, plural kep·is.
- kepler telescope,
- kepler's law,
- kepler's laws,
- kepler's laws of planetary motion
Origin of kepi
Examples from the Web for kepi
Everywhere were graves, bearing thin wooden crosses, with the soldier's kepi or a few faded flowers hanging on them.The Wonder of War on Land|Francis Rolt-Wheeler
The officer touched his "kepi" politely and seemed rather astonished.In the Foreign Legion|Erwin Rosen
Everyone was in uniform; there was scarce a head that was not decorated with the kepi of the National Guard.The Downfall|Emile Zola
As they moved away with him Maccario stooped and laid Morales kepi over his face.The Dust of Conflict|David Goodger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
His kepi was drawn down, and I could not see the upper part of the head, but just there lay the ruin of Germany.The Wanderings of a Spiritualist|Arthur Conan Doyle
noun plural kepis
Word Origin for kepi
soldier's peaked cap, 1861, from French képi, from German Swiss käppi, diminutive of German Kappe "a cap," from Late Latin cappa "hood, cap" (see cap).