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Trisula

Definition of the noun trisula

What does trisula mean as a name of something?

Trisula is a genus of Noctuidae.

Trisula is a genus of Noctuidae, described by Moore in 1858.

Trisula is a genus of Noctuidae, described by Moore in 1858.

Explanation

Trisula is a genus of moths of the Noctuidae family.

Phrases with Trisula

Phrases starting with the word Trisula:

  1. Trisula Subalba
  2. Trisula Superba
  3. Trisula Pacifica
  4. Trisula Clathrata
  5. Trisula Variegata
  6. Trisula Celebensis

Phrases ending with the word Trisula:

  1. Genus Trisula
  2. Chrysotrichia Trisula
  3. Species Chrysotrichia Trisula

Other phrases containing the word Trisula:

  1. Species Trisula Superba
  2. Species Trisula Clathrata

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Trisula

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Google previewTHE LORD OF VENGADAM (2014)

A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE by S R RAMANUJAN

Trisula is a trident and damruka is a percussion instrument on the hands of Lord Siva. 15. Five idols that are to.

Google previewWater Quality Modeling (2001)

A Guide to Effective Practice by Mervin D. Palmer

TRISULA is the hydrodynamic model and DELWAQ the water quality model. Figure TRI 2 shows the water quality substances and processes included in DELWAQ. Figure TRI 2 clearly shows that the processes ...

Google previewA classical dictionary of India illustrative of the mythology, philosophy, literature [&c.] of the Hindus. [With] (1873)

by John Garrett (director of public instruction in Mysore.)

Trisula β€” (Trisula), the trident of Siva. It is considered to be in continual motion over the face of the universe to guard and preserve its creatures. To oppose its course would be to incur instant death. Its motion is regular but varying according to the days of the week. Thus it is imagined that it is unlucky to proceed towards the westward on Sundays and Fridays, to the northward on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, to the eastward on Saturdays and Mondays, and to the ...

Google previewThe Cyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Literature (1819)

by Abraham Rees

explain the Trisula as allusive to Siva's supremacy over the three worlds; or earth, heaven, and hell; a mysterious triad, awefully indicated by the compound triverbal phrase Bhurbhuvaswah, of which see under the article O'M. The word Trisula means, in the Sanscrit tongue, threepointed. In the west of India, it is sometimes called trihala ; and hence, connected with other coincidences, Mr. Wilford (As. Res. vol. iii.) confiders β€œthe Jupiter Triphylius of the Panchaean islands to be no other ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia of North-East India (2006)

by T. Raatan

They hold Narakapala, Akshamala, Gada, Khadga, Trisula and Pasa, etc. The images are datable to the eleventh and twelfth centuries old. Another seated Ganesa44 is found ...

Google previewA Classical Dictionary of India Illustrative of the Mythology Philosophy Literature Antiquities Arts Manners Customs & C. of the Hindus by John Garrett (1873)

Supplement to a *classical dictionary of India illustrative of the mythology philosophy literature antiquities arts manners customs & c. of the Hindus by John Garrett

Trisulaβ€”(Trisfila), the trident of dive, It is considered to be in continual motion over the face of the universe to guard and preserve its creatures. To oppose its course would be to incur instant death. Its motion is regular but varying according to the days of the week, Thus it is imagined that it is unlucky to proceed towards the westward on Sundays and Fridays, to the northward on Tuesdays and \ Vednesdays, to the eastward on Saturdays and Mondays, and to the southward on Thursdays ...

Google previewA Classical Dictionary of India (1871)

Illustrative of the Mythology, Philosophy, Literature, Antiquities, Arts, Manners, Customs &c. of the Hindus by John Garrett

Trisulaβ€” (Tristila), the trident of Siva. It is considered to be in continual motion over the face of the universe to guard and preserve its creatures. To oppose its course would be to incur instant death. Its motion is regular but varying according to the days of the week. Thus it is imagined that it is unlucky to proceed towards the westward on Sundays and Fridays, to the northward on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, to the eastward on Saturdays and Mondays, and to the ...

Google previewDictionary of Gypsy Life and Lore (2015)

by Harry E Wedeck

TRISULA The Sanskrit name of Siva's bloodstained trident. This term.

Google previewDictionary of Images and Symbols in Counselling (1998)

by William Stewart

Symbols Balances, caduceus, crossroads, elephant, Good Shepherd, hawthorn, herm, ibis, Latin cross, little finger, shepherd's cross, tortoise, trisula (a three-pointed figure or ornament, used as an emblem of the Hindu god Siva, and also as a Buddhist symbol). HERMES TRISMEGISTUS The name given by the Neoplatonists ...

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Scrabble value of T1R1I1S1U1L1A1

The value of this 7-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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