Origin of shiv
Examples from the Web for shiv
“We are trying to make the weather cute,” Shiv Takhar, the other creator, says.
In the mid-60s, the Shiv Sena spoke of the erosion of Marathi.
Thackeray, it said, “like a veteran general, commanded his loyal Shiv Sainiks to retaliate by organized attacks against Muslims.”
Yet the astonishing thing is that reports like these are music to the ears of the Shiv Sena.
Because the big chief of his party, the Shiv Sena, went on life support two days ago.
Shiv steered into the wash room, and the doors dropped back into place.
Shiv speeded up to forty miles an hour as he rolled to the top of a little hill.
His gloved fingers closed on Squid Murphy and the killer called Shiv simultaneously.
The man called Shiv was driving Delancy's get-away car at a conservative pace so as not to excite suspicion.
Shiver, shiv′ėr, n. a splinter, or small piece into which a thing breaks by sudden violence.
British Dictionary definitions for shiv
Word Origin and History for shiv
"a razor," 1915, variant of chive, thieves' cant word for "knife" (1670s), of unknown origin.