noun (mainly Brit)
a social worker, mental health worker, or nursery nurse assigned to an individual case, patient, or child
(in Britain) a worker in any of a number of public sector professions considered by the government to be essential to society, for example teachers, police officers, NHS health workers etc
cassia, the name of Job’s second daughter (42:14), born after prosperity had returned to him.
fem. proper name, biblical daughter of Job, from Hebrew Qetzi’ah, literally “cassia,” the aromatic tree that produces cinnamon.
abrupt; cut off, a city of the tribe of Benjamin (Josh. 18:21).
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