tibio-, tibi- +

(Latin: [larger] shinbone;)

Situated in front of the tibia.
tibia (s), tibiae, tibias (pl)
1. The inner and larger of the two bones in the lower leg, extending from the knee to the ankle bone alongside the fibula which is usually known as the "shinbone".
2. A bone in the lower leg of vertebrates corresponding to the human tibia.
3. The fourth segment of an insect's leg, between the femur and the tarsus.
4. The lower, often feathered segment of a bird's leg.

Tibia is a Latin word meaning both "shinbone" and "flute". It is thought that tibia refers to both the bone and the musical instrument because flutes were once fashioned from the tibia of animals.

tibia valga
A deformity marked by lateral angulation of the leg in relation to the thigh; knock-kneed.

A synonym of genu valgum.

1. A reference to a tibia (large bone between the knee and foot that supports 5/6 of the body weight; while the fibula (long bone in the lower leg that is adjacent to the tibia) supports 1/6 of the body weight.
2. Of, pertaining to, or related to a pipe or flute.
Pain in the shin.
To play on a tibia or a pipe.
Relating to the tibia and fibula, both of which are the bones forming the lower leg.
Relating to or pertaining to both the tibia and the tarsus (ankle; the bones or cartilages of the part of the foot between the metatarsus and the leg, consisting in people of seven short bones); such as, the tibiotarsal articulation (junction of two or more bones).
The main bone of a bird's lower leg, formed by a fusion of the tibia and some of the bones of the tarsus.
Relating to the inner and larger of the two bones of the lower human leg, extending from the knee to the ankle.