enema

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From Ancient Greek ἔνεμα (énema, injection, clyster), from ἐνίημι (eníēmi, to inject).

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enema (plural enemas or enemata)

  1. An injection of fluid into the rectum, usually for medical purposes.
  2. The fluid so injected.

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Portuguese[edit]

Noun[edit]

enema m (plural enemas)

  1. enema (injection of fluid into the rectum)
  2. enema (fluid so injected)

Synonyms[edit]

  • (injection of fluid into the rectum): clister
  • (fluid so injected): clister

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Etymology[edit]

From Late Latin enema, from Ancient Greek ἔνεμα (énema, injection), from ἐνίημι (eníēmi, I inject, send in, put in), from ἐν (en, in) + ἵημι (híēmi, I send).

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enema m (plural enemas)

  1. enema (all senses)

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