noun, plural Sa·kais, (especially collectively) Sa·kai.
Examples from the Web for sakai
Generally speaking, the Malays are very different from the Sakai.Rubber|Edith A. Browne
The birth, and subsequent suckling, of her first child put an end to the grace and bloom of a Sakai woman.
I think it would be quite impossible to find out the right age of a Sakai.
There is no furniture or other sort of household goods in the Sakai's dop.
I cannot describe in any way the flavour of this fruit which the real Sakai calls sumpà.