Definitions for DIV
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a function, implemented in many programming languages, that returns the result of a division of two integers
short for divergence; a kind of differential operator
A foolish person
A section of a web page, or the div HTML element which represents it in computer code.
divinity, mainly used by schoolchildren.
Daeva in Avestan language meaning a spirit, or "a being of shining light", is a term for a particular sort of supernatural entity with disagreeable characteristics. Equivalents in Iranian languages include Pashto dêw, Baluchi dêw, Persian dīv, Kurdish dêw. The Iranian word was borrowed into Old Armenian as dew, Georgian as devi and Urdu as deo. In the Gathas, the oldest texts of the Zoroastrian canon, the daevas are "lower gods", "wrong gods" or "false gods" or "gods that are rejected". This meaning is—subject to interpretation—perhaps also evident in the Old Persian 'daiva inscription' of the 5th century BCE. In the Younger Avesta, the daevas are noxious creatures that promote chaos and disorder. In later tradition and folklore, the dēws are personifications of every imaginable evil.
Translations for DIV
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
(in fairy stories etc) a huge person
Jack met a giant when he climbed the beanstalk.
- gigantePortuguese (BR)
- der Riese, die RiesinGerman
- kæmpe; gigantDanish
- gigante; gigantaSpanish
- 大男 Japanese
- (이야기, 전설 등에 나오는 상상의) 거인Korean
- kjempe, gigantNorwegian
- ديب: غټ او پياوړى سړى، حيوان يانباتPashto
- 巨人Chinese (Trad.)
- велетень, гігантUkrainian
- người khổng lồVietnamese
- 巨人Chinese (Simp.)
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