EnglishEdit

AdjectiveEdit

Yogi (not comparable)

  1. Alternative capitalization of yogi.
    In this picture he is performing his famous Yogi trick of swallowing a package of needles and some thread and extracting the needles threaded.
    • 1960, P. G. Wodehouse, Jeeves in the Offing, chapter XIX:
      I garaged the car and went to Aunt Dahlia's sanctum to ascertain whether she had cooled off at all since I had left her, for I was still anxious about that blood pressure of hers. One doesn't want aunts going up in a sheet of flame all over the place. She wasn't there, having, I learned later, withdrawn to her room to bathe her temples with eau de Cologne and do Yogi deep-breathing, [...]

NounEdit

Yogi (plural Yogis)

  1. Alternative capitalization of yogi.
    Whoever has not abandoned desire for fruits of action and still have self-centered objectives can never become a Yogi or a practitioner of spiritual communion through work.
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