noun, plural o·ri·ga·mis for 2.
Origin of origami
Examples from the Web for origami
She followed a Japanese tradition that says if you fold 1,000 origami paper cranes, you are granted a wish.Truman’s Grandson & Japan’s A-Bomb Survivors: A Story of Reconciliation|Clifton Truman Daniel|August 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Can you instruct someone how to make an origami ‘cootie catcher’ with just words?Can You Answer These 10 Oddball Job Interview Questions Asked at America’s Top Tech Companies?|Brian Ries|January 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
When folded several times, similar to origami, cardboard had legitimate structural strength.
This is why 18 of the top 20 origami experts in the world are tall people.
British Dictionary definitions for origami
Word Origin for origami
Word Origin and History for origami
1956, from Japanese origami, from ori "fold" + kami "paper."