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yeti:

see abominable snowmanabominable snowman
or yeti
, humanlike creature so named because it is associated with the perpetual snow region of the Himalayas. A figure unknown except through tracks ascribed to it and through alleged encounters, it is described as being 6 to 8 ft (1.8 to 2.
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yeti

(Young, Entrepreneurial technocraTI) Coined around the turn of the century during the dot-com bubble, there is also a "yetti" variation, which means "young, entrepreneurial, tech-based twenty-something."
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Yes, yes, I mean "yetties", as in "a young person making his or her fortune in the internet-based economy".
As indicated by the Video Age Daily at MIP-TV, the TV industry has been taken over by yetties (young, entrepreneurial, tech-based people).
The West Country's Yetties remain one of England's most popular folk bands, and though the Incredible String Band is now disbanded except for the occasional concert, Robin Williamson and Mike Heron are still performing individually.