Definition of job:
- A piece of work, specially of a temporary nature; anything to be done, whether of more or less importance; an undertaking professedly for the public good, but really for one's own.
- A sudden stab with a pointed instrument.
- To let out, as work for execution, or horses for hire; to hire; to buy up and retail.
- To strike or stab with a sharp instrument.
- To buy and sell as a broker; to do job- work or jobbing; to hire or let; to act in the public service for one's own ends. To do the job for one, to kill him.
Job as a boy's name is pronounced johb. It is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Job is "persecuted". Biblical: a man called by God "blameless and upright". Job is proverbial as an example of patience under trial.
- Web, Jeb, Ab, Eb, Gib, Ib, Joop.
- Joby, Joab, Jobe.
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Quotes for job:
My reputation is too important to put it aside for purposes of some friendship. We have a job to do. - Stephanie Tubbs Jones
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