enzootically

enzootic

[en-zoh-ot-ik]
adjective Veterinary Medicine.
1.
(of diseases) prevailing among or afflicting animals in a particular locality. Compare endemic.
noun
2.
an enzootic disease.

Origin:
1875–80; en-2 + zo- + -otic, modeled on epizootic

enzootically, adverb
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enzootic (ˌɛnzəʊˈɒtɪk)
 
adj
1.  (of diseases) affecting animals within a limited region
 
n
2.  an enzootic disease
 
[C19: from en-² + Greek zōion animal + -otic]
 
enzo'otically
 
adv

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enzootic en·zo·ot·ic (ěn'zō-ŏt'ĭk)
adj.
Prevalent among or restricted to animals of a specific geographic area. Used of a disease. n.
An enzootic disease.

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