Definition of yogi
1 : a person who practices yoga
2 capitalized : an adherent of Yoga philosophy
3 : a markedly reflective or mystical person
Recent Examples of yogi from the Web
Among the new crew of mobile characters are a T. Rex and zebra, along with a yogi and a woman wearing a headscarf.
One of the finalists took Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay home to meet his estranged dad, a yogi and convert to the minority faith.
For the multitasking yogi In transit, the Asana Pillow from Om the Go (get it?) may seem like your run-of-the-mill, U-shaped support.
Free People, a bohemian apparel line popular among yogis, now sells wellness products.
Bloomingdale’s is also seeking to attract yogi dollars.
Adiyogi, the first yogi, is believed to have met his disciples on the summer solstice.
Founded by yogis and natural health advocates Geo and Katresha Moskios.
Calling yogis, kickboxers and all around athletes in the Arvada area.
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Origin and Etymology of yogi
Sanskrit yogin, from yoga
First Known Use: 1613See Words from the same year
YOGI Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of yogi for English Language Learners
: a person who practices yoga
Yogi : a follower of Yoga
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