Examples from the Web for enteric
Dr. Parke has made me exceedingly uncomfortable by saying that it is enteric 1887.
We heard as we went through that one of our Sussex fellows, who was down with enteric when we left, had since succumbed.A Yeoman's Letters|P. T. Ross
It is sometimes observed in the early stage of enteric fever.
Men dying from dysentery and enteric lingered to see it, but the surrender never materialized.World's War Events, Vol. I|Various
The chief season of enteric fever in London was the autumn of 1826, following a long period of great drought and heat.A History of Epidemics in Britain, Volume II (of 2)|Charles Creighton
British Dictionary definitions for enteric
Word Origin for enteric
Word Origin and History for enteric
"pertaining to the intestines," 1869, from Greek enterikos "intestinal," first used in this sense by Aristotle, from entera (plural; singular enteron) "intestines," from PIE *enter-, comparative of *en "in" (see inter-).