See also: enzoötic

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PronunciationEdit

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Particularly: "UK"

NounEdit

enzootic ‎(plural enzootics)

  1. (epidemiology) a disease which is consistently prevalent in a population of non-human animals in a limited region, season or climate.

AdjectiveEdit

enzootic ‎(comparative more enzootic, superlative most enzootic)

  1. Like or having to do with an enzootic
  2. Of a disease, prevalent in a given population or area
    Rabies is enzootic throughout North America.

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