American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Mythology The Germanic god of war and the sky.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A form of Tiw.
- n. The ancient Germanic god of war identified with Tyr of Norse mythology. Possibly the god after whom Tuesday was named.
- n. god of war and sky; counterpart of Norse Tyr
- Old English Tīw. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“I met Chris Tiu ... and most of all I was in the same room with Akihiro FREAKING Sato.”
“The family said Tiu [Uncle] was the expert on the Rai Nains (spirit owners of the land), and that he would know what was allowed and what wasn't.”
“I like Chris Tiu and I like Simon Atkins .... but you have to admit Atkins is hotter than Tiu!”
“Director Tiu said that violence against women and children remains to be prevalent in the Region.”
“Mayor Tiu said he is happy to note that the nurse trainees are from the municipality.”
“Mayor Tiu informed that the nurses will render six months service in the municipality.”
“Tiu said the project NARS is a very good opportunity for the unemployed nurses in his municipality to get the proper training that will qualify them to land nursing jobs locally and overseas, without additional expense because they will be paid by the government P8,000 (US$167. 00) per month for their services rendered in the rural areas.”
“Mayor Tiu bared that there are other nurse applicants from Tanauan but they will be accommodated in the second batch.”
“Mayor Tiu explained that he was made to understand that the training of the nurses will be at the rural setting and in a hospital setting.”
“This is Tiu, a 1 - 1/2-year-old Asian elephant fighting for his life.”
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