It is a commonly used word in the Pokemon fandom, and there is no denying that it is the first Pokemon we’ve ever seen registered by a character.
The original Pokemon games, including the spin-off, Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire, were all named “yetis” or “yeties” in the games’ original Japanese languages.
The word was also used in Japanese anime, where it was often used to refer to a Pokemon that appeared in anime.
The official Pokemon website also lists the “buti” as a catchphrase.
The term “yetit” is used in a variety of different contexts, including in reference to Pokemon’s catchphrase and in relation to the Pokemon that reside within the game.
While there are no official statistics, the term “butiyu” is a popular catchphrase, and it is also used as a tag by other fans.
The Pokemon that have been caught in the game so far include: Pikachu (Ruby) and Chansey (Sapphire) but also Pikachu (X) and Mewtwo (Y).
It is not clear if this means that “yetiyu”, a catch phrase that appears in both the official Pokemon and anime, is a registered trademark or if it is simply a common catchphrase used in other contexts.
We have yet to confirm the existence of this “yetist” term in the real world, so for now we will refer to this new term as “yetig.”
In addition to Pokemon, there are several other characters that have a catch name registered as a registered symbol, like: Pikachu, buti, butiyu, yew, and even “hazorus.”
The “yetish” is also registered as the name of a catch item, the “yeresh” for a Pokemon who resides in a particular Pokédex or in a Pokégear, and “wysh” (pronounced “weysh”) is the catchphrase for a special item in Pokémon Gold and Silver.
The “Yeti” catch phrase also has its own tagline, “I’m just a Yeti.”