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  1. Tira is a fictional character in the Soul series of video games. She was created by Namco's Project Soul division. Tira was originally introduced in Soulcalibur III and has returned in Soulcalibur IV and Soulcalibur V. A mentally unstable young woman, Tira is a former member of an assassination guild, the Bird of Passage, who left the group due to her state, eventually becoming a loyal servant of the cursed sword, Soul Edge, and its wielder, Nightmare.
    • occupation: Assassin
  2. Tira is a fictional film character.


Tira is a town in Hopkins County, Texas, United States. The population was 297 at the 2010 census.


TIRA: The Tracking & Imaging Radar system serves as the central experimental facility for the development and investigation of radar techniques for the detection and reconnaissance of objects in space, and to a certain degree also of air targets. The TIRA system gains radar data at 22.5 cm and 1.8 cm wavelengths. It is located at the FGAN-FHR site, in Wachtberg near Bonn, Germany.

Phrases with Tira

  1. Chittira Tira
  2. Mycalesis Tira
  3. Parantica Tira
  4. Drosophila tira
  5. Species Chittira Tira
  6. species Drosophila tira

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Tira

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Google previewCalcutta Review (1858)

Tira is a work of sufficient merit as a compilation, but deficient at one .n historic appreciation and learning, and in that spirit of interest and enthusiasm which a persona) knowledge of, or personal connexion with, xndia generally give. There is ...

Google previewSoul Companions (2012)

Conversations with Contemporary Wisdom Keepers by Karen Sawyer

Tira BrandonEvans – Tira is a Faery Shaman, Master Herbalist and founder andmoderator of the Society ofCeltic Shamans and the author of many booksand articles on Celtic tradition, including 'The Green and Burning Tree:A Faery Shamans ...

Google previewThe Routledge Companion to Cinema & Gender (2016)

by Kristin Lené Hole, Dijana Jela?a, E. Ann Kaplan, Patrice Petro

Tira is a sensational attraction ...

Google previewHandbook of Middle American Indians, Volumes 14 and 15 (1975)

Guide to Ethnohistorical Sources, Parts Three and Four by Howard F. Cline, Charles Gibson, H.B. Nicholson

The tira is a manuscript painted or drawn on a long and relatively narrow strip composed of sheets of animal hide or paper glued together. It may be folded or rolled and may be read up, down, to the left, or to the right. More than 20 documents ...

Google previewIsaiah: Isaiah 13-27

by Hans Wildberger

lib ~"Tira is a rare form. There have been a variety of suggestions, such as the possibility that the two ...

Google previewChallenges for Language Education and Policy (2014)

Making Space for People by Bernard Spolsky, Ofra Inbar-Lourie, Michal Tannenbaum

Tira is a town located in what is commonly referred to as “the Little Triangle,” and is relatively close to the center of Israel. Jaffa is a mixed Jewish-Palestinian area that falls within the muncipal boundaries of Tel Aviv, in the center of Israel. 3.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Percussion (2013)

by John H. Beck

+ 0 2 dhin dhin | dhage tire kita | tun na | 0 3 4 kat ta | dhage tira kita | dhin na Ara Chau Taal ...

Google previewA Santali-English dictionary (1899)

by A. R. Campbell


Google previewDictionary of European Proverbs (2012)

by Emanuel Strauss

a quien tira, le apalean b) caerse de bueno es caerse de c) demasiada es necedad la bestia que mucho anda, nunca falta quien la bata quien tira, le apalean de necetat buon cavallo non ha bisogno de' sproni il cavallo meglio tira, ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopedia of Linguistics (2003)

Subgrouping of Kordofanian Languages Heiban Eastern Heiban Ko, Warnang West-Central Heiban Central Heiban Ebang-Laru Heiban, Laro Logol Utoro Otoro Rere Koalib Shirumba Shwai Western Heiban Moro, Tira Katla Katla, ...

Google previewThe Grove Encyclopedia of Decorative Arts (2006)

by Gordon Campbell

Tiraz [Arab. tira ̄z]. Inscription band in Islamic textiles, or fabric with an inscription band added in a technique different from the ground weave. Derived from the Persian word for embroidery, the term originally designated any embroidered ...

Google previewA Dictionary, Hindustani & English: accompanied by a reversed dictionary, English and Hindustani (1866)

By Duncan Forbes by Duncan Forbes

:; tira, dark, obscure.

Google previewDictionary of the Kiniassa Language (1877)

by John Rebman

TIRA. N-TIRIRA— TUMBO. 173 Teka, s. dirty water (from having been disturbed); madsi ana teka, N tekue, s. (ya, sa), a very smaU cola- bash, used as a muff-box. Tema, s. (ra) (pi. matema), lit. cutting from ku tema, a place where the wood is ...

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Scrabble value of T1I1R1A1

The value of this 4-letter word is 4 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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