Tantrika

[ tuhn-tri-kuh, tan- ]
/ ˈtʌn trɪ kə, ˈtæn- /
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noun

Also called Tan·trist [tuhn-trist, tan-] /ˈtʌn trɪst, ˈtæn-/. an adherent of Tantra.

adjective

of or relating to Tantra.
Also Tan·tric, Tan·trik [tuhn-trik, tan-] /ˈtʌn trɪk, ˈtæn-/.

Origin of Tantrika

variant of Tantric. See Tantra, -ic
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British Dictionary definitions for tantric

Tantric

/ (ˈtæntrɪk) /

adjective

Hinduism Buddhism of or relating to Tantrism
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Word Origin and History for tantric

tantric


adj.

1905, from tantra + -ic; used loosely in the West to denote erotic spiritualism.

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