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n. pl. yo·gis
One who is adept in yoga.

[Hindi yogī, from Sanskrit, from yogaḥ, union; see yoga.]


n, pl -gis or -gin (-ɡɪn)
1. (Philosophy) a person who is a master of yoga
2. (Hinduism) a person who is a master of yoga
yogini fem n


(ˈyoʊ gi)

n., pl. -gis.
a person who practices yoga.
[1610–20; < Skt yogī, nominative singular of yogin, derivative of yoga yoga]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Yogi - United States baseball player (born 1925)
2.yogi - one who practices yoga and has achieved a high level of spiritual insight
philosopher - a specialist in philosophy
يوغي: شَخْص يُمارِس اليوغا
maîur sem stundar/kennir jóga
yoga öğreticisiyogi


[ˈjəʊgɪ] N (yogis or yogin (pl)) [ˈjəʊgɪn]yogui m


[ˈjəʊgi] nyogi m


nJogi m, → Yogi m


(ˈyougə) noun
1. any of several systems of physical exercises based on a Hindu system of philosophy and meditation.
2. the philosophy (usually including the meditation and exercises).
ˈyogi (-gi) noun
a person who practises and/or teaches the yoga philosophy.
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identified as the proper end for the yogin, as is articulated, e.
In your dialogue with Catherine Keller in Reimagining the Sacred, you mention your experience of a Native American sweat lodge, as an attempt at integrating the entire world down to its elements, as well as your experience with yoga with the Hatha Yogin Asish Das, described in your article on pranayama in Religion and the Arts, vol.
31) "Esforzandose por modificar el subconsciente y, finalmente, 'purificar', 'quemar' y 'destruir', el yogin se esfuerza por liberarse de la memoria, es decir, por abolir la obra del tiempo.
The Yogin and the Madman: Reading the Biographical Corpus of Tibet's Great Saint Milarepa.
as Paleolithic yogin, must try hunting again--eat venison and acorn bread in the Sierra.
In the words of Swami Sivananda, creator of the five principles on which modern yoga is based, "speaking truth is the most important qualification of a yogin (one who performs yoga).
Kalpesh Parmar, 29, a house-hunting salesman who has been living in Bahrain for seven years, visited the exhibition with his wife, Manisha, and baby son, Yogin.
Reflecting the "directionless" physical location of the yogin is a second usage of this word: an unbiased attitude towards all beings.
That is the world of tantric Hinduism and Buddhism, where forms of yoga loaded with sacred and symbolical meanings and sometimes involving the union of a yogin with a female partner--representing respectively the male and female coefficients understood as tools equally necessary to achieve a transcendent condition--had been practised since the 6th century CE.
The vipassana meditation of the Buddhist, the samatha meditation of the yogin, and the contemplative prayer of the Christian or Muslim practitioner all embody the upward movement (anairesis) of the mind towards its ground.
The Jabala-upanishad distinctly asserts that the yogin perceives Siva in his heart, and that images are meant for ignorant men.
Crazy for wisdom; the making of a mad yogin in fifteenth-century Tibet.