Tiw


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms.

Tiw

(tē`o͞o), Norse

Tyr

(tür), ancient Germanic god. Originally a highly revered sky god, he was later worshiped as a god of war and of athletic events. He was identified with the Roman war god Mars, and among Germanic peoples Mars' day became Tiw's day (Tuesday).
The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia™ Copyright © 2013, Columbia University Press. Licensed from Columbia University Press. All rights reserved. www.cc.columbia.edu/cu/cup/
References in periodicals archive ?
Importantly a galloping horse was the emblem of Tiw, thus giving more strength to the belief that Tysoe was the hill spur of Tiw.
BT, One2One and Orange all paid just over pounds 4billion each, while TIW bid pounds 4.38billion for its licence.
(NYSE: DRQ) has agreed to acquire consumable downhole products maker TIW Corp.
Those still in the hunt are BT Cellnet, Vodafone, One2One, Orange, cable firm NTL, and Canadian-owned TIW.
Thirteen bidders are taking part in the auction - 3G (UK) Ltd, BT(3G) Ltd, Crescent Wireless Ltd, Epsilon Tele.com Plc, NTL Mobile Ltd, One.Tel Global Wireless Ltd, One2One Personal Communications Ltd, Orange 3G Ltd, SpectrumCo Ltd, TIW UMTS (UK) Ltd, Telefonica UK Ltd, Vodafone Ltd and WorldCom Wireless (UK) Ltd.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 18, 2016-Offshore Drilling Equipment Firm Dril-Quip to Buy Downhole Products Maker TIW for USD 143m
Since 1983, located in Pennsylvania, the original founders at TIW Technology have been developing and delivering software throughout North America.
On the basis of clinical trials, the recommended starting dose of Epoetin alfa is 50 to 100 units/kg intravenously three times a week (TIW).
Tysoe's rather unusual name comes from 'the spur of land of Tiw - a German god of war' (for some strange reason Tuesday also comes from the same root!).