1. More than 1 octopus.
2. Eight pies.
"Yes, I would like to order octopi for our big party tonight."
"Is it octopuses or octopi?"
foreteller, fortune-teller, predictor, forecaster. From the octopus called Paul, who correctly predicted eight games, including seven Germany games, during the World Cup 2010 season.
You need not be an octopus to forecast tomorrow's weather.
i thought the plural was octopuses. then i thought it was octopi. so now im just confused. so im gonna say,
octopi: a pie with 8 sides
whoa man that pie was huge! atleast 8 sides! must have been an octopi!
\`oc 'to`pus\ n. An eight-tentacled sea creature, belonging to the mollusk
family. Uses suction cups on the underside of its tentacles to crawl around and grip prey. Has a soft shell. When frightened, squirts black ink and darts away quickly. When angered, skin flushes with pigments which turn it a reddish color. Color of octopus sometimes depends on surroundings.
I was scubadiving off the coast of Florida, and ran into an octopus, who became startled and clouded the water with its ink.
A group of at least 4 people beating one person. often used to describe a backup group.
Did you hear what what he did to that girl? yeah, tonight the octopus is gonna roll on that bastard
Probably the correct pluralisation of 'octopus'. Probably.
"Two octopi swam by. No, wait, octopuses. No, that sounds wrong. It's octopi. Yeah, definitely. Octopi."
Main Entry: oc·to·pus
Pronunciation: \ˈäk-tə-pəs, -ˌpu̇s\
Inflected Form(s): plural oc·to·pus·es or oc·to·pi \-ˌpī\
Etymology: New Latin Octopod-, Octopus, from Greek oktōpous
1 : any of a genus (Octopus) of cephalopod mollusks that have eight muscular pussies equipped with two rows of suckers; broadly : any octopod excepting the paper nautilus
2 : something that resembles an octopus especially in having many centrally directed pussies
My octopus is awesome.
Look at that tree, it's like an octopus.