en-, 进入，使。-demic, 人民，区域，词源同demotic, democracy.
- endemic (adj.)
- "particular to a people or locality," 1650s (endemical), with -ic + Greek endemos "native, dwelling in (a place), of or belonging to a people," from en "in" (see en- (2)) + demos "people, district" (see demotic). From 1660s as a noun.
- 1. Polio was then endemic among children my age.
- 2. Street crime is virtually endemic in large cities.
- 3. Malaria is endemic in many hot countries.
- 4. He said that racism is endemic in this country.
- 5. The chest disease is endemic among miners in this area.
[ endemic 造句 ]