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エキ, ヤク
epidemic
, めんえき
1. immunity, immunization, immunisation
2. being hardened (to), being unaffected (by), being accustomed (to)
うちの子供はみな、はしかには免疫がある。
, えきびょう, やくびょう
epidemic, plague, pestilence
その疫病が流行して何千人もの人々が死んだ。
, けんえき
Takes suru
quarantine, medical inspection
, ぼうえき
communicable disease control (e.g. by quarantine, disinfection, etc.), prevention of epidemics
, えきがく
May take 'no'
epidemiology, the study of epidemics
, えきれい
epidemic, plague, pestilence
, そえき
plague, pest
, ぎゅうえき, うしやみ
cattle plague, rinderpest
, 厄神, えきじん, やくじん
See 疫病神・1
god who spreads infectious diseases, god of pestilence
, じえき
See 流行病, Obscure term
epidemic
, えきき
gods or demons that cause epidemics
, ばえき
horse disease
, はいえき
See 牛肺疫
contagious bovine pleuropneumonia, CBPP
, こえき
Obsolete term
cholera
, うんえき, おんえき
Medicine term, Obscure term
fever epidemic
, めんえきせい
immunity
, けんえきかん
quarantine inspector
, けんえきじょ, けんえきしょ
quarantine station
, めんえきたい
antibody
学者, えきがくしゃ
epidemiologist
, めんえきけい
immune system
口蹄, こうていえき
foot-and-mouth disease, hoof-and-mouth disease
, めんえきがく
immunology
, めんえきげん
immunogen
, ぎょうやくじん, ぎょうえきじん
See 疫病神・やくびょうがみ・1
god of pestilence, god who spreads infectious diseases
病み, 瘧, えやみ
Archaism, esp. 疫病み
1. infectious disease, plague, epidemic
esp. 瘧
2. ague, intermittent fever, the shakes, malarial fever (old name)
, めんえきりょく
immune strength, immunity
牛肺, ウシ肺, ぎゅうはいえき, うしはいえき, ウシはいえき
contagious bovine pleuropneumonia, CBPP
, あくえき
May take 'no'
epidemic
進化とは快適な悪疫である。
能動免, のうどうめんえき
active immunity
血清, めんえきけっせい
immune serum
反応, めんえきはんのう
immunoreaction
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