Ohmic is one of the inductive properties of electrical circuits.
When alternating voltage is applied to an electrical circuit, if the current passing through the circuit is in the same phase with the applied voltage, it means the circuit behaves ohmic.
Ohmic circuits contain elements of resistance. However, even though there are resistors, capacitors and coil elements in an electrical circuit, the circuit can act as ohmic. In such a case, it means that capacitive and inductive effects cancel each other out.
In other words, it means that inductive and capacitive reactances canceled each other out.