noun (sometimes initial capital letter)
Origin of yeti
Examples from the Web for yeti
For the study, Sykes appealed to cryptozoologists the world over to send him hair samples that might belong to a yeti.
It simply established that we still have no hard evidence for the yeti.
In the end, the study offers no proof of the existence of a yeti.
Sykes approached the study believing that the Yeti legend may not be made up out of whole cloth.
Sykes, who in September will release a book detailing his search for a yeti, agrees.
Youll see it yetI never break a promise, the Ranger answered.Boy Scouts in Glacier Park|Walter Prichard Eaton
And yetI wonder if I wont scare mother by calling at this time of night?The Girls of Central High|Gertrude W. Morrison
YetI could not have been brought to credit it but for the evidence of my eyes.An Oregon Girl|Alfred Ernest Rice
British Dictionary definitions for yeti
Word Origin for yeti
Word Origin and History for yeti
1937, from Sherpa (Tibetan) yeh-teh "small manlike animal."