AskDefine | Define deva

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English

Etymology

From etyl sa देव.

Pronunciation

IPA: /'deɪvə/

Noun

deva
  1. a god in Vedic mythology, Hinduism and Buddhism.

Bosnian

Etymology

From deve.

Noun

deva s (p: deve)

Synonyms

Croatian

Etymology

From deve.

Noun

  1. In the context of "mammal|lang=hr": camel

Synonyms

Italian

Verb form

deva

Synonyms

Latin

Proper noun

deva, -ae
  1. Dewa, an old province of Japan.

Serbian

Etymology 1

From deve.

Noun

deva (p: deve)
Cyrillic spelling
Synonyms

Etymology 2

Slavic

Noun

deva s (p: deve)
Cyrillic spelling

Slovak

Noun

deva , devy p
dev stem
diev gen p
declension pattern žena

Derived terms

Extensive Definition

Deva can refer to:

Places

Deva is a small village in west godavari district in andhra pradesh in india. It is a village which is peaceful and cultural.
deva in Asturian: Deva
deva in German: Deva
deva in Spanish: Deva
deva in French: Deva
deva in Lithuanian: Deva (reikšmės)
deva in Dutch: Deva
deva in Polish: Dewa
deva in Russian: Дева
deva in Serbian: Дева
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