tibial etymology

English word tibial comes from Latin tibia, and later Latin tibialis (Tibial; of or pertaining to the tibia (shin bone).)

Detailed word origin of tibial

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
tibia Latin (lat) (anatomy) the large shin bone, tibia; leg. (figuratively) a pipe, flute (originally of bone).
tibialis Latin (lat) Tibial; of or pertaining to the tibia (shin bone).
tibial English (eng) (anatomy) A tibial bone. (anatomy) Of or pertaining to a tibia or a structure associated with a tibia. (music) Of or relating to a pipe or flute.

Words with the same origin as tibial

Descendants of tibia
tib tibicen tibicines tibiiform tige tigella