Definition of enuresis in English:

enuresis

noun

Medicine
  • [mass noun] Involuntary urination, especially by children at night:

    ‘nocturnal enuresis can be due to a urinary tract infection’
    • ‘Secondary nocturnal enuresis is when a child has accidental wetting after having had bladder control for six or more months.’
    • ‘Bedwetting, called enuresis, is the involuntary discharge of urine during sleep.’
    • ‘Nocturnal enuresis, or bed-wetting, is one of the most prevalent and persistent sleep problems in children.’
    • ‘For some young children bladder control is more difficult to achieve at night - enuresis, commonly known as bed-wetting, has been discussed by physicians since the days of Galen and Hippocrates.’
    • ‘Other surveys have found that children with nocturnal enuresis are more subject to ‘confused awakenings,’ such as night terrors or sleepwalking, than children who do not wet the bed.’

Origin

Early 19th century: modern Latin, from Greek enourein urinate in, from en- in + ouron urine.

Pronunciation:

enuresis

/ˌɛnjʊəˈriːsɪs/