As adjectives the difference between emetic and nemetic
is that emetic
is (medicine) causing nausea and vomiting while nemetic
is of or relating to the goddess nemesis.
As a noun emetic
is an agent that induces vomiting.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
* emetick (obsolete)
(medicine) causing nausea and vomiting
an agent that induces vomiting
* (an agent that induces vomiting) vomitive, vomitory
Of or relating to nemesis
* 2004 , David Abram, Goa , page 146,
- Environmental groups and villagers keen to preserve the area's relative tranquillity secretly hope the nemetic powers of the mysterious old curse will not wane.