Origin of gymnastic
Examples from the Web for gymnastic
Check out this compilation of gymnastic wipeouts from the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.
Each of the two, music and gymnastic, is indispensable as a supplement and corrective to the other.
I know of nothing to take their place as a gymnastic for the mind.Recollections of a Busy Life|William B. Forwood
In many schools, of various grades, gymnastic exercises have been introduced with marked advantage.Thoughts on Educational Topics and Institutions|George S. Boutwell
In bad weather they resorted to gymnastic exercises in a large hall expressly fitted up for that purpose.
For this, our education in music and gymnastic is wholly inadequate.
British Dictionary definitions for gymnastic
Word Origin and History for gymnastic
1570s, from Latin gymnasticus, from Greek gynmastikos "fond of or skilled in bodily exercise," from gymnazein "to exercise or train" (see gymnasium).