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ye·ti

 (yĕt′ē)
n. pl. ye·tis

[Of Tibetan dialectal (Sherpa) origin; equivalent to written Tibetan g.ya' dred : g.ya', high rocky place + dred, bear.]
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yeti

(ˈjɛtɪ)
n
(Non-European Myth & Legend) another term for abominable snowman
[C20: from Tibetan]
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yet•i

(ˈyɛt i)

n., pl. yet•is. (sometimes cap.)
a large, hairy, humanoid creature reputed to inhabit the Himalayas.
[1950–55; < Sherpa]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.yeti - a large hairy humanoid creature said to live in the Himalayasyeti - a large hairy humanoid creature said to live in the Himalayas
legendary creature - a monster that is unverifiable but popularly accepted as possibly factual
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Translations
jetilumimies
yétiabominable homme des neiges
jeti
イエティー
yeti
jetiyeti

yeti

[ˈjetɪ] Nyeti m
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yeti

nYeti m, → Schneemensch m
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yeti

[ˈjɛtɪ] nyeti m inv
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References in periodicals archive ?
yetties: a term for "young, entrepreneurial, tech-based 20-somethings" or "young, entrepreneurial technocrats." It is the modern version of yuppies ("young, urban professionals").
grunge, metal, yuppies, goths, emos, greboes, skins, casuals, junglists, nerds, mouse-jockeys and Yetties: young, entrepreneurial, techbased,twentysomethings.
And our final image shows Bob Common of the folk group The Yetties perform in Newcastle as part of the Folk Moot festiva in July 1976.