a person who practices yoga.
- Also yo·gin [yoh-gin]. /ˈyoʊ gɪn/.
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How to use yogi in a sentence
There are yogis who actually meditate, pray, and are deeply concerned with the survival and well-being of our planet.When Gary Wright Met George Harrison: Dream Weaver, John and Yoko, and More | Gary Wright | September 29, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
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But Jaimal Yogis, the author of The Fear Project, sees danger everywhere.
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Can it, as the yogis propose, purge our toxins and improve our sex lives?
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The mystical school of Yogis was established by Patanjali, the founder of one of the six philosophical systems of ancient India.
His experience was almost wholly limited to the facts that fakirs and Hatha-Yogis would consent to give him.
The Yogis never use salt, and live entirely on milk, which they take only during the night.
The Hindu Yogis studied this capacity, and perfected and developed it in themselves.
British Dictionary definitions for yogi
a person who is a master of yoga
- yogini (jəʊˈɡiːniː), fem n
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