noun, plural yo·gis [yoh-geez] /ˈyoʊ giz/.
Origin of yogi
Definition for yogi (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for yogi
Either this is clever viral marketing for a new Yogi Bear movie or Earth is destined to become the Planet of the Bears.Bear Walks Upright, ‘Apparently Kid,’ and More Viral Videos|The Daily Beast Video|August 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And Yogi, you will recall, won 10 World Series with the Yankees.Redskins Rule Election Predictor: Obama’s Going to Lose the Election|Michael Solomon|November 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And anyway, to paraphrase Yogi Berra, 60 percent of this is 90 percent emotional anyway.
No sooner had America struck into Iraq than it was déjà vu all over again, as Yogi Berra would have put it.
"I've been a yogi for some years…I've been on my guru trip," she joked.
The Tibetan yogi, I was assured, had attained the age of over a thousand years.
In about four hours I opened my meditative eyes and saw that the moonlit figure of the yogi was still motionless.
The yogi bowed to Goldberger with grave courtesy, and, at a word from the attendant policeman, sat down in the witness-chair.The Gloved Hand|Burton E. Stevenson
The yogi's remark was incomprehensible to me; I inquired his meaning.
Greater he was, as man and yogi, than any other teacher whose life came within the range of my investigations.
British Dictionary definitions for yogi
noun plural -gis or -gin (-ɡɪn)
Word Origin and History for yogi
"one who practices yoga," 1610s, from Hindi yogi, from Sanskrit yoga- (see yoga).