noun (sometimes initial capital letter)
Origin of yoga
Examples from the Web for yogic
This was my first observation of him in the yogic trance; it filled me with fright.
His yogic power was such that he either could will them not to bite, or could escape to an inner invulnerability.
Because the yogic science satisfies a universal need, it has a natural universal applicability.
During my married life I often yearned for a son, to train in the yogic path.
The Kriya beginner employs his yogic exercise only fourteen to twenty- eight times, twice daily.
British Dictionary definitions for yogic
noun (often capital)
Word Origin for yoga
Word Origin and History for yogic
1820, from Hindi yoga, from Sanskrit yoga-s, literally "union, yoking" (with the Supreme Spirit), from PIE root *yeug- "to join" (see jugular).
Culture definitions for yogic
In Hinduism, a set of mental and physical exercises aimed at producing spiritual enlightenment.