- Prevalent or peculiar to a particular area or region.
#: Kangaroos are endemic in Australia.
#: Malaria is endemic to the tropics.
An endemic disease is one which is constantly present in a given area, though usually at low levels, whereas an epidemic is widespread and has a high incidence. A sporadic disease occurs now and then at low levels.
rfc-level|Translations at L4+ not in L3 POS section
trans-top|prevalent to particular area
Finnish: kotoperÃ¤inen, endeeminen