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Medial may refer to:
- Medial axis, in geometry the set of all points having more than one closest point on an object's boundary
- Medial graph, another graph that represents the adjacencies between edges in the faces of a plane graph
- Medial magma, a mathematical identity in algebra
- Medial triangle, a triangle with vertices at the midpoints of another triangle's sides
- Medial deltoidal hexecontahedron, a polyhedron
- Medial disdyakis triacontahedron, a polyhedron
- Medial hexagonal hexecontahedron, a polyhedron
- Medial icosacronic hexecontahedron, a polyhedron
- Medial inverted pentagonal hexecontahedron, a polyhedron
- Medial pentagonal hexecontahedron, a polyhedron
- Medial rhombic triacontahedron, a polyhedron
- Medial consonant, a consonant that is in the middle of a larger phonological unit
- Syllable medial, a segment located between the onset and the rime of a syllable
- Medial s <ſ>, a form of the letter s written in the middle of a word
- Central consonant, a consonant sound that is produced when air flows across the center of the mouth over the tongue
- Medial or second person demonstrative, a demonstrative indicating things near the addressee
- Medial (anatomy), term of location meaning 'towards the centre'
- Medial ligament (disambiguation), term used for various ligaments toward the midline of the human body
- Medial rotation, rotation toward the centre of the body
- Medial capitals or CamelCase, use of capital letters in the middle of a compound word or abbreviation
- Medial moraine, a ridge in the center of a valley floor
- Medial border (disambiguation)
- Medial plantar (disambiguation)
- Medial wall (disambiguation)
- Median (disambiguation)
- Mid vowel, a vowel sound pronounced with the tongue mid-way between open and closed vowel positions
- Human anatomical terms, Anatomical directions
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