costo-, cost-, costi- (Latin: rib, ribs; side; coast).
To approach and stop someone in order to speak, especially in an aggressive, insistent, or suggestive way. Via French and ultimately from Latin accostare, "to adjoin", from costa, "rib, side" (source of English coast). The essential sense is "to be alongside".
Pertaining to or having projecting ribs.
Relating to the ribs and the costal (rib) cartilages.
1. Land beside the sea.
2. To move forward by momentum, without applying power or cause something to move in this way.
3. To progress with very little effort.
4. From Old French coste from Latin costa, "rib, side".
A rib; a rib-like part. In biology, a part of something, e.g., a leaf or a wing, that resembles a rib.
In anatomy, floating ribs.
In anatomy, true ribs.
In anatomy, false ribs.
Relating to or a reference to a rib.
1. Pleurodynia; pleuritic pain in the chest.
2. A painful affection of the tendinous attachments of the thoracic muscles, usually on one side only.
3. Pain in a rib or the intercostal spaces (e.g., intercostal neuralgia).
Used in anatomical nomenclature to denote relationship to a rib.
A variety of apple, so called with reference to the ribs on its surface.
Having ribs, ribbed.
Surgical excision or resection of a rib.
The cartilage of a rib.
A reference to or connecting the ribs and the neck.
Bearing a rib, as the thoracic vertebrae of man.
Pertaining to or connecting the ribs and spine.
Pertaining to a rib and the centrum (body) of a vertebra.
Concerning the ribs and neck.
Relating to the costal (rib) cartilages.
Inflammation of one or more costal cartilages, characterized by local tenderness and pain of the anterior chest wall that may radiate, but without local swelling.
Relating to the ribs and the clavicle.
Arising from a rib, especially from a defect of the marrow of the ribs.
Relating to the lower ribs.
A reference to the ribs and diaphragm.
Pertaining to the ribs and the pleura.
Anchoring a lung to a rib.
Relating to the ribs and the scapula.
Pertaining to the ribs and the sternum.
Operation to correct a malformation of the anterior chest by using a portion of a rib to support the sternum.
Relating to the upper ribs.
An instrument, knife or shears, designed for cutting through a rib.
Division of a rib.
Excision of a part of a rib with the transverse process of a vertebra.
A reference to a rib and a vertebra.
From French cotelette, literally "little rib", ultimately from Latin costa, "rib". The modern spelling reflects the idea of a "small cut" (of meat). Now, one of its meanings is a flat, boneless piece of meat that will serve one person.
Having bent ribs.
Relating to the ilium and the ribs; denoting muscles passing between the two parts.
Below the rib.
Situated between the ribs; such as, the intercostal muscles, nerves, arteries, etc.
On the inner surface of the ribs.
Having broad ribs.
Between the ribs.
Having more than one rib; palmately nerved.
Anterior to the ribs or in front of the ribs.
Having four costae or ribs.
Beneath a rib or the ribs.
Pain in the subcostal region.
Above the ribs.
Having one rib.
Relating to the xiphoid process (the cartilage at the lower end of the sternum) and the ribs.