A branch of the Indo-European family of languages comprising Sanskrit and its modern descendants such as Bengali, Hindi, Urdu, and Punjabi. (proper-noun)
Pertaining to this group of languages. (adjective)
Pertaining to India or its people or culture; Indian. (adjective)
Examples of word Indic
The absence of widespread usage of FOSS has, consequently, restricted the growth of software in Indic language, and this in turn, has starved the spread of computer to larger Indian commercial and home segments.
It's called Indic, for short, and it's a think-tank.
I feel that parśu- is probably a later innovation, either because of a tendency to make it look more 'Indic', or as the above mentioned syncope.
The Indic limb of the Indo-Iranian branch includes two venerable ancient languages.
Altogether, over 900 million people—well over twice as many as speak English as a first language—use an Indic language as a native tongue.