Does shiv exist in the vedas?

yes the word shiv appears in yajurved madhyandini samhita adhyaya 34 mantra 1 [and further upto 6]

http://www.onlineved.com/yajur-ved/?language=1&commentrator=1&adhyay=34&mantra=1
http://www.onlineved.com/yajur-ved/?language=2&commentrator=6&adhyay=34&mantra=1

Can u recognize the word shiv in sanskrit in the end:: shiv sankalpamastu.

Rishi Dayanand explains further:

http://www.aryasamajjamnagar.org/chapterone.htm

“He is called Brahma – the Creator* of the Universe; Vishnu – All-pervading; Rudra – Punisher of the wicked, whom he causes to weep; Shiva – Blissful and Benefactor of all; Akshara – Immortal, Omnipresent; Swaraati – Self-effulgent; Kaalaagni – Cause of the dissolution** of the world and Regulator of time; Chandramaa – the true Source of Hapiness.” KAIVALYA UPNISHAD.

Shiva is One who is all Bliss and he Giver of happiness to all.

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But the shiv ling or human bodied shiv does not exist in vedas.

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