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Guru vs. Yogi

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Gurunoun

A Hindu or Sikh spiritual teacher.

Yoginoun

(yoga) A devotee or adherent of yoga.

Gurunoun

An influential advisor or mentor.

Yogiverb

To turn (someone) into a yogi; to lead into practicing yoga.

Gurunoun

Same as gooroo.

Yogiverb

To persuade someone to give you food or other favors without actually begging.

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Gurunoun

a Hindu or Buddhist religious leader and spiritual teacher

Yoginoun

A follower of the yoga philosophy; an ascetic.

Gurunoun

each of the first ten leaders of the Sikh religion

Yoginoun

United States baseball player (born 1925)

Gurunoun

a recognized leader in some field or of some movement;

‘a guru of genomics’;

Yoginoun

one who practices yoga and has achieved a high level of spiritual insight

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Guru

Guru (, UK also ; Sanskrit: गुरु, IAST: guru; Pali: garu) is a Sanskrit term for a of certain knowledge or field. In pan-Indian traditions, a guru is more than a teacher.

‘mentor, guide, expert, or master’;

Yogi

A yogi is a practitioner of Yoga, including a sannyasin or practitioner of meditation in Indian religions. The feminine form, sometimes used in English, is yogini.

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