A person who performs duties for others, esp. a person employed in a house on domestic duties or as a personal attendant
A person employed in the service of a government
A devoted and helpful follower or supporter
a tireless servant of God
a person working in the service of another (especially in the household)
handmaid: in a subordinate position; "theology should be the handmaiden of ethics"; "the state cannot be a servant of the church"
A domestic worker is someone who works within the employer's household. Domestic workers perform a variety of household services for an individual or a family, from providing care for children and elderly dependents to cleaning and household maintenance, known as housekeeping. ...
Servant was a Christian rock group that grew out of the counter-culture Jesus Movement of the sixties and seventies. The band was founded in Victoria, British Columbia in 1976 and performed to audiences throughout North America, Europe and Australia for over 12 years. ...
In CORBA, a Servant is the invocation target, containing methods for handling the remote method invocations. ...
The Servant is the debut album of the London-based alternative band The Servant in 2004, released on the Prolifica Records label. The limited edition contained 15 tracks and totalled an hour in length.
The Servant were an English alternative band, formed in London in 1998. They are popular in Britain, France, Italy, as well as other European countries and western Canada.
The Servant is Harold Pinter's 1963 film adaptation of the 1948 novel by Robin Maugham. A British production directed by Joseph Losey, it stars Dirk Bogarde, Sarah Miles, Wendy Craig, and James Fox.
(The Servants) The Servants were an indie pop band formed in 1985 in Hayes, Middlesex, England by singer and songwriter David Westlake, along with John Mohan (guitar, keyboards), Philip King (bass, guitar), and John Wills (drums) (of The Wishing Stones).
(The Servants (novel)) The Servants is a young adult contemporary fantasy novel by British author M. M. Smith. It tells the story of an eleven year old boy named Mark, against his wishes, moves away from his home town of London to the wintry Brighton seaside, and the resulting misadventures.
One who serves another, providing help in some manner; One who is hired to perform regular household or other duties, and receives compensation. As opposed to a slave
To dream of a servant, is a sign that you will be fortunate, despite gloomy appearances. Anger is likely to precipitate you into useless worries and quarrels. To discharge one, foretells regrets and losses. ...
A person employed in the fishery on wages.
In the 18th Century, this term could mean several things. Generally, each officer was allowed to take one soldier of his company to be his bat-man. High-ranking officers could have several. In the Southern Campaigns, many servants, both men and women, were taken from freed Blacks. ...
this term has several meanings, (1) any person who served a *master, (2) an *immigrant servant, (3) term used by religious groups, such as Baptists in Antebellum America, to describe their African-American *slaves
A servant is a programming language entity that implements one or more CORBA objects. Servants exist within the contexts of a server application. In C++, servants are object instances of a particular class.
fictional character from Trakl's posthumous, fragmentary puppet play Bluebeard.
one who is committed to cause someone else to succeed...one who is moldable, obedient, and remains in the "master's" hand (ready and available)...and one who remembers who is actually accomplishing The Work: God. ...
attendant, helper, performs duties for another, devoted follower, in service to
Doulos (doo’-los) literally means a slave. There are other words for servant. Yet the metaphoric meaning, “one who gives himself up to another’s will, those whose service is used by [Messiah] in extending and advancing his cause among men” and “devoted to another to the disregard of one’s own ...
Feeling inferior; serving others; wanting your needs served; being pampered / Waiting for something to happen; keeping others waiting
n [ME fr. OF, fr. prp. of servir] (13c) : one that serves others; esp : one that performs duties about the person or home of a master or personal employer -- ser-vant-hood n -- ser-vant-less adj
Servants are Heroic Spirits summoned by the Holy Grail. They become classified as familiars.
A person who performs duties for another (serving voluntarily or for compensation as opposed to serving unwillingly or under duress.)
highly flexible, very good natured, hard working, versatile, loyal and tenacious. Their greatest strength and their greatest weakness is a tendency to be people pleasers. ...