Origin of shaman
Examples from the Web for shamanic
Others are Shamanists, and their most sacred spot is the Shamanic stone at the mouth of the river Angar.
British Dictionary definitions for shamanic
Word Origin for shaman
Word Origin and History for shamanic
1690s, "priest of the Ural-Altaic peoples," probably via German Schamane, from Russian sha'man, from Tungus saman, which is perhaps from Chinese sha men "Buddhist monk," from Prakrit samaya-, from Sanskrit sramana-s "Buddhist ascetic" [OED]. Related: Shamanic.