affecting animals in a certain area, climate, or season: said of diseases
Origin of enzootic; from Classical Greek en-, in + zōion, animal (see quick) + -otic, as in epizootic
an enzootic disease
Occurring at a steady or predictable rate in animals of a specific geographic area; endemic. Used of a disease.
An enzootic disease.
Origin of enzooticen–2 + zo(o)– + –otic.
(comparative more enzootic, superlative most enzootic)
- Like or having to do with an enzootic
- Of a disease, prevalent in a given population or area
- Rabies is enzootic throughout North America.