Kali

[n] - wife of Siva and malevolent form of Devi
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Kali

In Hindu mythology, the goddess of destruction and creation. She is the wife of Shiva. Kali feeds herself on blood, but produces life and destroys ignorance. She shows Hindus that death is an...
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Kali

Ka'li noun [ Sanskrit kali .] (Hind. Cosmog.) The last and worst of the four ages of the world; -- considered to have begun B. C. 3102, and to last 432,000 years.
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Kali

Ka'li noun [ Arabic qali . See Alkali .] (Botany) The glasswort ( Salsola Kali ).
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kali

kelpwort noun bushy plant of Old World salt marshes and sea beaches having prickly leaves; burned to produce a crude soda ash
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Kali

• (n.) The last and worst of the four ages of the world; -- considered to have begun B. C. 3102, and to last 432,000 years. • (n.) The glasswort (Salsola Kali). • (n.) The black, destroying goddess; -- called also Doorga, Anna Purna.
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Kali

in Hinduism, goddess of time, doomsday, and death, or the black goddess (the feminine form of Sanskrit kala, `time-doomsday-death,` or `black`). ... [7 related articles]
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Kali

== Etymology == Other names include {IAST|Kālarātri} (`black night`), as described above, and {IAST|Kālikā} (`relating to time`). Coburn notes that the name Kālī can be used as a proper name, or as a description of color. Kāli`s association with darkness stands in contrast to her consort, Shiva, who manifested after her in creation, an...
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Kali

Kali (kä'lē) [Hindi,=the Black One], important goddess in popular Hinduism and Tantra. Known also as Durga [the Inaccessible] and as Chandi [the Fierce], Kali is associated with disease, death, and destruction. As Parvati she is the consort of Shiva. Although often represented as a te...
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Kali

Kali is the Hindu goddess of destruction and death. She is one of the forms of the wife of Siva, and therefore in some respects corresponding to Durga and other deities. She is represented as black, with four arms, wearing a necklace of skulls, and the hands of slaughtered giants round her waist as a girdle. Her eyebrows and breast appear streaming...
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Kali

In Hindu mythology, the goddess of destruction and creation. She is the wife of Shiva. Kali feeds herself on blood, but produces life and destroys ignorance. She shows Hindus that death is an illusion, not to be feared, but another aspect of eternal life. Kali is usually depicted with four arms, but sometimes has up to ten, signifying her greater&#...
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kali

bushy plant of Old World salt marshes and sea beaches having prickly leaves; burned to produce a crude soda ash. Also known as 'glasswort'. [wordnet]
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KALI

[laser] The KALI (Kilo Ampere Linear Injector) is a linear electron accelerator being developed in India, by the Defence Research Development Organization (DRDO) and the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC). ==Overview== The KALI is not a laser weapon as commonly believed. It emits powerful pulses of electrons (Relativistic Electron Beams- ...
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Kali

[demon] In Hinduism, Kali (IAST: {IAST|káli};Devanāgari: कलि; Tamil: கலி ; (`kali`, with both vowels short); from a root {IAST|kad} `suffer, grieve, hurt; confound, confuse`) is the reigning lord of Kali Yuga and archenemy of Kalki, the 10th and final Avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu. In the Kalki Purana, he is portrayed as a de...
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Kali

[knife] Personal photo E Clarke ...
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Kali

[software] Kali is an IPX network emulator for DOS and Windows, enabling legacy multiplayer games to work over a modern TCP/IP network such as the Internet. Later versions of the software also functioned as a server browser for games that natively supported TCP/IP. Versions were also created for OS2 and Mac, but neither version was well pol...
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Kali

[Tyeb Mehta] Kali is a painting by Indian artist Tyeb Mehta depicting the Hindu goddess Kali with a gouged mouth. Painted in 1997, the work was sold in May 2005 for 10 million Indian rupees at Indian auction house Saffronart`s online auction. According to the Times of India, it is a `dramatic, disturbing work`. ...
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Kali

Kali is a Hindustani name for boys and girls. The meaning is `slm, pretty, beloved` The name Kali is most commonly given to American girls. Although in most countries Kali is a name given to girls. In the United States, 1 out of 44 Kali`s are boys. What do they use in other countries? Keylin Keelyn Kalei Kaylee (English) Kahli Kayla (English) Kaly ...
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Kali

[plant] These species were previously part of the genus Salsola. == Systematics == The type species of the genus is Kali turgida. The genus consists of 13 species: ==Invasive Species== Several species, most notably the central Asian Kali tragus, are invasive species outside their native range. They have encroached into parts of North Americ...
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Kali

[chhand] Kali (iː; ਕਲੀ), is a form of Chhand (quatrain), a poetry bond under strict rules in Punjabi literature. Kali chhand is also used in singing as a type of Punjabi folk songs where it is also known by its plural form, Kalian or Kaliyan. Although it is not so common in singing, it became a particular genre of Punjabi music. Kali...
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Kali

[candy] In Peter Jackson`s Lord of the Rings film series, the Southern Alps (pictured, background) in New Zealand became the White Mountains, and Mount Sunday (right foreground) was used as the set of Edoras, the seat of King Théoden. ...
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Kali

[fish] Kali is a genus of snaketooth fishes. == Etymology == The genus is named after the Hindu goddess of time, change and destruction, Kali. There are currently seven recognized species in this genus: ...
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Kali

[poem] `Kali` is a popular award winning poem by the eminent Indian writer, linguist and literary critic Rukmini Bhaya Nair. The poem won First Prize in the Second All India Poetry Competition conducted by The Poetry Society (India) in 1990. The poem has been widely cited and anthologised in reputed journals and scholalry volumes on contemp...
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