Definitions for tibial
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
tib•i•aˈtɪb i ə; ˈtɪb iˌi(n.)(pl.)tib•i•ae; tib•i•as.
the inner of the two bones of the leg, extending from the knee to the ankle and articulating with the femur and the talus; shinbone.
a corresponding bone in a horse or other hoofed quadruped, extending from the stifle to the hock.
the fourth segment of an insect leg, between the femur and tarsus.
Origin of tibia:
1685–95; < L: lit., reed pipe
relating to or located near a tibia
Of or pertaining to a tibia or a structure associated with a tibia, as with tibial plateau.
Origin: From tibialis.
of or pertaining to a tibia
of or pertaining to a pipe or flute
a tibial bone; a tibiale