noun, plural o·ka·pis, (especially collectively) o·ka·pi.
Origin of okapi
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Historical Examples of okapi
There were hunters from the forests of far-off Bongindanga where the okapi roams.Bones
An okapi is worth a hundred other animals of any kind that one can name.
The Okapi lives in pairs in the deepest recesses of the forest.
This creature, of which the native name is "Okapi," is proposed to be called Ocapia johnstoni.
I am bitterly sorry and disappointed to be obliged to say it, but I think there can be no doubt that we have lost that okapi.
noun plural -pis or -pi
Word Origin for okapi
short-necked giraffe of central Africa, 1900, from the animal's name in Mbuba (Congo). Reported by English explorer Sir Harry Johnston (1858-1927).