Yogin is an ancient name of Sanskrit origin which refers to a mediator, devotee or an ascetic. Yogin also refers to the follower of Yoga.
Reference of Yogin is found in Markendey Puran (मार्कण्डेय-पुराण) where Yogin is used as being in conjunction with in Hindi grammar.
Mention of Yogin is also found in Katyayan-Shraut-Sutra (कात्यायन-श्रौत-सूत्र), Mahabharata and Harivansh (हरिवंश) with meanings like joined, connected or related to. This name is also mentioned in the writings of Sir Horace H Wilson as someone possessing of superhuman powers.
Lexicographers like Amar Singh, Halayudh and Hemchandra have used this word as a name of Arjun (अर्जुन) as well as name of Lord Shiva. Also, Yogin is another name of Lord Vishnu as mentioned in the Mahabharata.
Yogin is not a popular name in either USA or India. Yogin is not used by any person in the USA as the name of their children, while in India Yogin is used by a very few people as the name of their babies.
Yogin is a unique name which starts with Y. Yogin also has good mythological significance.
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