noun, plural Ma·sais, (especially collectively) Ma·sai.
Examples from the Web for masai
“The Masai who live around the lake are used to these creatures washing up—they think of them as junk,” said Brandt, 47.Frozen in Time: An Elegy to Africa’s Disappearing Species|Nico Hines|October 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Today, a Masai warrior with a cellphone has better telecom capabilities than the president of the United States did 25 years ago.The World Is Getting Better, Argues New Book, ‘Abundance’|Sam Harris|February 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Send out twenty of the Masai to spread along the shore to the north.
Half a dozen of the Masai volunteered to serve as porters, for the tents and some supplies had to be carried.
The Masai Elmoran or young warriors can own no property, so all the booty they may win in battle belongs to their fathers alone.
I would not show any man the door for all the Masai in the world.'
Even at this late date the Masai are reckoned dangerous customers.Hunting in Many Lands|Various