- costa rica,
- costa rican,
- costa, lúcio,
- costal angle,
- costal arch,
- costal cartilage,
Origin of costal
Examples from the Web for costal
Costal and the captain returned to the temporary encampment among the trees.
Up to that moment, moreover, Costal had preserved a grave and profound silence, enjoining the same upon Clara.
Saying this, Costal bent towards his companion; and with the blade of his knife commenced opening a hole in the keel of the canoe.
The remaining portion of the wings is brown, with two yellowish triangular spots, one on the costal and one on the inner margin.Butterflies and Moths|William S. Furneaux
After a moment his confidence became restored, and he signed to Costal to continue.
"pertaining to the ribs," 1630s, from French costal (16c.), from Medieval Latin costalis, from costa "a rib" (see coast (n.)).