Definitions for "Servant"
One who serves, or does services, voluntarily or on compulsion; a person who is employed by another for menial offices, or for other labor, and is subject to his command; a person who labors or exerts himself for the benefit of another, his master or employer; a subordinate helper.
Servant: one of the twelve major archetypes that must be mastered, integrated & balanced in the process of clearing the negative ego; one must transcend the lower expression of the each Archetype and develop & integrate its higher expression. Lower expression: Servant of others from an unevolved state of consciousness which can manifest on outer level (i.e. wife who serves the demands of a selfish husband out of fear, lack of self-love and self-worth, or lack of personal Power and Spiritual attunement) and inner level (i.e. being a slave to drugs, alcohol, bad habits, obsessive thoughts, feelings, Archetypes, sexuality, food, the Physical Body, the negative ego, the desire body, the concrete mind, the child consciousness, or the subconscious mind); you are either a Master or a victim, a servant or the served! Higher expression: Servant of God, the Masters and humanity, serving from wholeness instead of emptiness, from Personal Power, self-love, self-actualization, egolessness, and attunement to God, vow of Bodhisattva, “True pleasure is serving God
in a subordinate position; "theology should be the handmaiden of ethics"; "the state cannot be a servant of the church"
Someone who serves another by working for their benefit and obeying their commands. Thus almost all slaves are also servants, since their owner requires their service and has the authority to obtain it. However, servant is frequently used to refer to submissives who are not slaves, but are rather in Ongoing Voluntary Submission. Servant is also used as a level of experience, to signify that someone has lived in this condition, in the four-point experience scale: none, novice, servant and slave.
a follower who can be forced to obey the character
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. An indentured servant could be a white person contracted to serve a craftsman or similar person for a fixed number of years in exchange for food, clothing, shelter and education. Servant was often used to refer to slaves.
In Lisp, the instance of a class that implements an interface.
a programming-language object that implements the operations for an Ice object
a programming object that provides the implementation of the abstract service object
a person who is in the service of another, someone who renders assistance and help, one who is of use to another
a person who is serving someone, and Jesus is much more
Servant was a Christian rock group that grew out of the counter-culture Jesus Movement of the sixties and seventies. The band was founded by evangelist Jim Palosaari in Victoria, British Columbia in 1976 and performed to audiences throughout North America, Europe and Australia for over 12 years. Originally named “Higher Ground”, Servant was known for challenging the Christian church to repent and turn back to social justice and caring for the poor.
Keywords:  iblis, jinn, koran, lucifer, archangel
A spiritual being described in scriptures as playing the key role in leading the first man and woman into their fall from God. In the Bible, the Servant is an archangel Lucifer; in the Koran he is the jinn, or angel, Iblis.
(as in X's servant): The man assigned to act a personal servant to a particular person.
a person working in the service of another (especially in the household)
a person that is hired or works for wages and it was also true in Paul's time
Codename for Highball operation against Tirpitz
Keywords:  gallant, suitor, professed, lover
A professed lover or suitor; a gallant.
Designation for village rulers in Maychoria and Tappuah
Keywords:  kabal, recognize, part
a part of the Kabal And we recognize this
Keywords:  minister, versa, vice
a minister and vice versa
Keywords:  subject, bondage, one
One in a state of subjection or bondage.
To subject.
Keywords:  peer, client, act, server, program
a program that can act as both a server and a client, usually referred to in peer-to-peer networking