from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In later Hindu myth., the name of a god of highest rank, supreme god in the opinion of his sectaries, but also combined with Brahma and Vishnu in a triad, in which he represents the principle of destruction.
- noun In ornithology, a genus of Asiatic birds, such as S. cyanuroptera, S. strigula, and S. castaneicauda: so named by Hodgson in 1838, and also called by him Hemiparus (1841) and Ioropus (1844).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Hindoo Myth.) One of the triad of Hindoo gods. He is the avenger or destroyer, and in modern worship symbolizes the reproductive power of nature.
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- proper noun The
HinduGod of Destruction.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun the destroyer; one of the three major divinities in the later Hindu pantheon
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Brahma realizes that Siva is the future version of his yet unborn son.
Siva is able to detect the movements of the kid very fast due to his eye and manages to kill him.
Siva is not sure how this is happening because he killed the time manipulator.
Oh and just how does Brahma realise that Siva is the future version of his as yet unborn son?
Cassidy suspects Siva is upto something and silently follows him.
Bernerd asks one of the other survivors to show Siva the best part and Siva is transported back in time once more.
I think Siva is dead-wrong on the law and policy of Google Print.
And that other fire, by name Siva, is devoted to the worship of Sakti (the forces of the presiding deity of the forces of Nature), and because he always relieves the sufferings of all creatures afflicted with misery, he is called Siva
He who is also called Siva, the omnipotent god, armed with the
In the Mahadeo mountain is still a shrine of Siva, which is much visited by pilgrims and worshipers.