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yeti

[yet-ee] /ˈyɛt i/
noun, (sometimes initial capital letter)
Origin of yeti
1950-1955
1950-55; < the Tibetan language of the Sherpas
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  • yeti could not have been brought to credit it but for the evidence of my eyes.

    An Oregon Girl Alfred Ernest Rice
  • Youll see it yeti never break a promise, the Ranger answered.

    Boy Scouts in Glacier Park Walter Prichard Eaton
  • And yeti wonder if I wont scare mother by calling at this time of night?

    The Girls of Central High Gertrude W. Morrison
British Dictionary definitions for yeti

yeti

/ˈjɛtɪ/
noun
1.
another term for abominable snowman
Word Origin
C20: from Tibetan
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Word Origin and History for yeti

1937, from Sherpa (Tibetan) yeh-teh "small manlike animal."

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