Kali meaning

kä'lē
One of the manifestations and cult titles of the wife of Shiva and mother goddess Devi, especially in her malevolent role as a goddess of death and destruction, depicted as black, red-eyed, blood-stained, and wearing a necklace of skulls.
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A Hindu goddess viewed both as destroying life and as giving it.
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A Linux distribution that is used by security professionals to examine or repair a failed or compromised computer. A major tool in the computer forensics lab, Kali Linux comes with hundreds of penetration-testing utilities. Derived from the Debian Linux root, Kali is often booted from a live CD or live USB. See Linux, Debian, computer forensics and penetration test.
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The prickly glasswort (Kali turgida, formerly Salsola kali).
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(Hinduism) A goddess in Hinduism, one of the most significant figures within that religion.
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(Hinduism) A male demon, lord of Kali Yuga and the nemesis of Kalki, tenth Avatar of Vishnu.
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A female given name used in India.
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Origin of kali

Sanskrit Kālī from kālī feminine of kāla- dark of Dravidian origin Kannada kāḍu black, blackness