noun, plural Wa·tu·sis, (especially collectively) Wa·tu·si.
Examples from the Web for watusi
The Watusi are the descendants of a great wave of Galla invasion that reached even to Tanganyika.
Its inhabitants consist of Watusi herdsmen and Wanyankori agriculturists.
Pumpkins and sweet potatoes are also common; and the Watusi own and tend enormous herds of cattle, goats and sheep.
When two people of these tribes meet, the former presses his hands together, the Watusi uttering a few words in a low voice.Great African Travellers|W.H.G. Kingston
Of course there were still some of the older generation left; Kikiyu and even a few Watusi.This Crowded Earth|Robert Bloch
noun plural -sis or -si
racial group in Rwanda and Burundi (also called Tutsi), 1899. As the name of a popular dance, attested from 1964.