Origin of bionic
Examples from the Web for bionic
Modern American parenting can seem an extreme sport geared toward raising a bionic generation of high-achieving super-babies.
Bionic WomanNetwork: NBC Status: Canceled in 2007 after eight episodes.
1901, as a term in the study of fossils, from Greek. bios "life" (see bio-). Meaning "pertaining to bionics" is recorded from 1963. Popular sense of "superhumanly gifted or durable" is from 1976, from popular U.S. television program "The Bionic Man" and its spin-offs.