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Every year, several new words and terminologies are introduced to the new world. It has been a hard time for translators to add these new words and terminologies to  other languages. At Ethiotrans we are working hard to adapt these new words and terminologies  to  our translation projects. To accomplish this task,  we asked help from people (native speakers) and we developed this section to introduce  new words and terminologies. We would like to say thank you for Dr. Adamu Walelign and Tadese T. Desta MD.  for their support to give us the closest meanings for each words.

Medial Word


Amharic Equivalent



 yetileku Anget mirmera

Flex Sigmoldoscopy

 the process of using a long hollow tubular instrument passed through the anus for inspection, diagnosis, treatment, and photography esp. of the sigmoid flexur


 yefitita mirmera



1    : to convert into a carbonate

2    : to combine or impregnate with carbon dioxide





— used for flavored and colored water frozen on a stick




 yeberedo keremila


an instrument for visualizing the interior of a hollow organ (as the rectum or urethra)



 befintita yemigeba memermeriya

Recto grade



Chdangiopancreato trophy




: a large lobulated gland of vertebrates that secretes digestive enzymes and the hormones insulin and glucagon





: a membranous muscular sac in which bile from the liver is stored

 yehamot keretit


1    : a closed sac having a distinct membrane and developing abnormally in a cavity or structure of the body

2    : a body resembling a cyst: as

a : a resting spore of many algae

b : a gas-filled vesicle (as of a rockweed or bladderwort)

c : a capsule formed about a minute organism going into a resting or spore stage; also : this capsule with its contents

d : a resistant cover about a parasite produced by the parasite or the host






1    a : an act of obstructing

b : the state of being obstructed; esp : a condition of being clogged or blocked

2    : something that obstructs


 mezegat, metaged


       a : either of two humors associated in old physiology with irascibility and melancholy

b : a yellow or greenish viscid alkaline fluid secreted by the liver and passed into the duodenum where it aids esp. in the emulsification and absorption of fats

2     : inclination to anger






concretion composed of crystalline substances (usually cholesterol, bile pigments, and calcium salts) embedded in a small amount of protein material formed most often in the gallbladder.

 yehamot teter


medical diagnostic procedure in which cells or tissues are removed from a patient and examined visually, usually with a microscope. The material for the biopsy may be obtained by several methods and ...

 namuna, kesewinet tachiro yemiwesed namuna

Intravenous _medication


 bedem sir yemiset medhanit


artificial replacement for one or more missing teeth and adjacent gum tissues. A complete denture replaces all the teeth of the upper or lower jaw. Partial dentures are commonly used to replace a

 sew serash tirs

Contact lenses

thin, artificial lens worn on the surface of the eye to correct refractive defects of vision. The first contact lens, made of glass, was developed by Adolf Fick in 1887 to correct irregular

 yeblen meneser




GI Nurse

gastroenterologists NURSE?

 yehod nurse

Gag reflex


 mastawek mekatat








disorder of ruminant animals involving distention of the rumen, the first of the four divisions of the stomach, with gas of fermentation. Bloated cattle are restless and noticeably uncomfortable and ...

 menefat, megoter


the first part of the small intestine, which receives partially digested food from the stomach and begins the absorption of nutrients. The duodenum is the shortest segment of the intestine and is

 tiliku Anget


Tablets, by far the most common method of administration of drugs, are only rarely made by compression of the drug alone (e.g.,potassium bromide tablets). Usually, the drug is mixed with suitable ...

 kenina, le gororo siyam yemiset medhanit


Although synthesis of protective keratin is clearly a major function of the epidermis, the discovery of an immunoregulatory role for the epidermis has revolutionized concepts of its importance in the ...



verb transitive

: to mark with dimples

verb intransitive

: to exhibit or form dimples



tis•sue \"ti-(')shü, chiefly Brit "tis-(')yü\ noun [ME tissu, a rich fabric, fr. OF, : an aggregate of a particular kind together with their intercellular substance that form one of the structural materials of a plant or an animal


 machemaded, makomater

Post Menopause


 yewer Abeba kekome behuala


: a photograph of the breasts made by X rays

 yetut mirmera


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