Yeti (noun)

A large, apelike creature said to inhabit the Himalayas and other mountainous regions of Central Asia, often described as a biped with shaggy, dark hair and large teeth and eyes.

Origin:

The word yeti is derived from the sherpa word yeh-teh, meaning "rock bear" or "shaggy bear".

Examples:

  1. The expedition was searching for evidence of the yeti.
  2. The yeti is also known as the abominable snowman.
  3. The yeti is considered a cryptid, a creature whose existence is unproven.
  4. He claimed to have seen the yeti on his trek through the Himalayas.
  5. The yeti is said to leave large footprints in the snow.
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