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

[Hindi yogī, from Sanskrit, from yogaḥ, union; see yoga.]
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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
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(ˈyoʊ gi)

n., pl. -gis.
a person who practices yoga.
[1610–20; < Skt yogī, nominative singular of yogin, derivative of yoga yoga]
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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
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يوغي: شَخْص يُمارِس اليوغا
maîur sem stundar/kennir jóga
yoga öğreticisiyogi


[ˈjəʊgɪ] N (yogis or yogin (pl)) [ˈjəʊgɪn]yogui m
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[ˈjəʊgi] nyogi m
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nJogi m, → Yogi m
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(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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