fibulare

noun fib·u·la·re \ˌfibyəˈlärē, -la(a)rē\

Definition of fibulare

plural

fibularia

\-rēə\
  1. :  the outer or postaxial element or bone of the proximal row of the tarsus; specifically, in higher vertebrates :  calcaneum

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Origin and Etymology of fibulare

New Latin, from fibula + Latin -are (neuter of -aris -ar)


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