cassia, the name of Job's second daughter (42:14), born after prosperity had returned to him.
I will call kezia, and she must give you some water, or tea, or something.
“And I bade him just for the reason I said,” exclaimed kezia.
But kezia suddenly rushed at Pat and flung her arms round his legs and butted her head as hard as she could against his knees.
And kezia used to speak of him too—'Master Cosmo,' she always called him.
"That's one lot on the dresser," gasped kezia, wondering how many more inquisitors would arrive.
I seemed to have no feeling now except the longing to be 'at home' and with kezia.
“I never saw one plainer, if you mean me,” said my Aunt kezia, bluntly.
May I—do you mind—if I come in and wait till kezia returns?'
I rushed to her and threw my arms round her neck, and got a warmer hug than I expected my Aunt kezia to have given me.
We had our tea some time ago, but kezia always gives us supper.