I don't know which dictionary this is. Merriam-Webster says that it can be
"Indic" is very common in discussion of computing in the languages of India
and its neighboring countries, all of which face similar challenges.
There's nothing derogatory in it.
2012/11/14 Vikram Vincent <vincentvik...@gmail.com>
> The word "Indic" refers generally to the Indo-Aryan family of languages,
>> which does not include Dravidian languages prevalent in Southern India.
>> Hence, bunching the entire system of Dravidian languages together with the
>> Indo-Aryan languages in India may seem derogatory to some, and reasonably
> *in·dic*/ˈindik/ Adjective: Relating to or denoting the group of
> Indo-European languages comprising Sanskrit and the modern Indian languages
> that are its descendants.Not sure whether it is derogatory though
> 'Indian' would be a better term.
> Vikram Vincent
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