Word: fibula

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Related words: fibula

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Synonyms: fibula

calf bone

Translations: fibula

spanish
peroné, fíbula, el peroné, de peroné


german
wadenbein, fibel

french
fibule, péroné, du péroné, le péroné

italian
perone, del perone, il perone, dalla fibula

portuguese
fíbula, perónio, da fíbula, de fíbula

dutch
gesp, kuitbeen, de fibula, fibulae

russian
фибула, малоберцовой кости, малоберцовой, малоберцовая кость, фибулы

norwegian
leggben, leggbeinet

swedish
vadben, vadbenet, fibulan, vadbenshuvudet

finnish
pohjeluu, pohjeluusta, pohjeluuta, pohjeluut

danish
lægben, lægbenet, laegben, fibulaen

czech
lýtková kost, lýtková, lýtkové, lýtkové kosti

polish
strzałka, strzałkowej, strzałkowa, kość strzałkowa

hungarian
szárkapocscsont, a szárkapocscsont, szárkapocscsontokat, fibulát

turkish
broş, kamış kemiği, toka, bir fibula

greek
περόνη της κνήμης, περόνη, την περόνη, περόνης, πόρπη

ukrainian
фібула, фібулу

albanian
kërci, Fibul

bulgarian
фибула, фибулата, на фибулата, фибули, малкият пищял

belarusian
фібула

estonian
pindluu, pindluust, pindluuta, pind-

croatian
fibule, fibulu, fibula je, Velem

icelandic
dálks, dálkinum, dálknum, riállfniim

lithuanian
šeivikaulis, šeivikaulio, Fibula, sagė, kaulas strzałkową

latvian
mazais liela kauls, augšstilbi, augšstilbu daļas

macedonian
фибула, фибулата

romanian
peroneu, fibulă, peroneul, fibulei

slovenian
mečnice, mečnico, mečnica, mećnica

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The meaning and "use of": fibula

noun
  • the outer and usually smaller of the two bones between the knee and the ankle in humans (or the equivalent joints in other terrestrial vertebrates), parallel with the tibia.
  • a brooch or clasp.

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