MEANING: adjective: Of or relating to winter.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin hibernus (wintry), from Latin hiems (winter). Ultimately from the Indo-European root ghei- (winter), which is the ancestor of words such as hibernate, hibernaculum, hiemal, chimera, and the Himalayas, from Sanskrit him (snow) + alaya (abode). Earliest documented use: before 1626.

TIBERNAL - pertaining to a Roman river

HI BE: RENAL - pretty good grade in Kidney Function

HIM BERN, AL - Mr Gore, meet Mister Baruch