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From Hindi, from Sanskrit योगिन् (yogin), from the verbal root yuj (class 7 present युनक्ति (yunakti, “to connect")), from Proto-Indo-European *yugóm.
Hindi yogī from Sanskrit from yogaḥ union yoga
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
A yogi curls up in peace, as a child would.
Later, in India, Sivananda initiated him into Kavi Yogi.
Hundreds of thousands came to see the yogi from India.
I know a Yogi who was bitten by a cobra, and who fell down on the ground.
If Straw found this difficult, he could reasonably ask the yogi to sit on a chair.
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