noun, plural oc·u·li [ok-yuh-lahy] /ˈɒk yəˌlaɪ/.
Origin of oculus
Examples from the Web for oculi
No wonder that the power of the archdeacons, the oculi episcopi, increased tenfold.Chaucer and His Times|Grace E. Hadow
There is, however, another muscle—the Retractor oculi—belonging to the same group which is innervated by the VIth nerve.The Origin of Vertebrates|Walter Holbrook Gaskell
Oculi tanquam speculatores altissimum locum obtinent—The eyes, like sentinels, occupy the highest place in the body.
Avem Philomelam lingua carere pro certo affirmare possum, nisi me oculi fallunt.The Works of Sir Thomas Browne (Volume 1 of 3)|Thomas Browne
Word Origin and History for oculi
"an eye," plural oculi, 1857, from Latin oculus "an eye" (see eye (n.)).