MEANING: adjective: Relating to, resembling, or arranged like tiles.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin tegula (tile), from tegere (to cover). Ultimately from the Indo-European root (s)teg- (to cover), which is also the source of thatch, deck, detect, tog, and protege. Earliest documented use: 1828.


TEGULARK - this floor tiling pattern is for the birds!

STEGULAR - roofed with armor plate

TEQULAR - of or pertaining to a strong Mexican alcoholic beverage, distilled from blue Weber agave. Drinking too much of it will make you go blind. (...no "I"s)