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A person who practises hatha yoga.
Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Horace Wilson (1786–1860), Sanskritist. From modern Sanskrit haṭhayogin (nominative haṭhayogī, also with vernacular pronunciation haṭhyogī) from haṭhayoga + -in, suffix forming adjectives.
hatha yogi/ˌhaθə ˈjəʊɡi//ˌhʌtə ˈjəʊɡi/
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