The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Keziah, Daughter of Job
Keziah, Daughter of Job (קְצִיעָה‎, qetsi'ah). The second daughter of Job who was born after his trials ended (Job 42:14).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Keziah (Person)
KEZIAH (PERSON) [Heb qĕsı̂ʿâ (קְסִיעָה)]. The second of Job’s daughters born to him after the restoration of his fortunes (42:14). The name means “cassia plant,” and refers to the aromatic cassia which is mentioned in Ps 45:9 [—Eng 45:8] along with myrrh and aloes. The principle ancient versions are
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Keziah, Kezia
Keziah, Kezia. Job’s second daughter, born after his restoration (Jb 42:14, kjv Kezia).
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Keziah kə-zīʹə [Heb. qeṣîʿâ—‘cassia’; Gk. Kasia]; AV KEZIA. The second daughter born to Job after his restoration from affliction (Job 42:14). The word cassia became a feminine noun from the fragrance of the flower.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
KEZIAH. The second daughter born to Job during the years of prosperity after his period of trial (Job 42:14). Her name means “cassis” or cinnamon.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Keziah (Heb. qĕṣɩ̂ʿâ)The second daughter born to Job after his fortunes were restored (Job 42:14).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Keziah [kĭ zīˊə] (Heb. qeṣî˓ â “cassia, cinnamon”). The second daughter born to Job after his trials had ended (Job 42:14; KJV “Kezia”).
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Kezi´a (cassia), the second of the daughters of Job born to him after his recovery. Job 42:14. (b.c. 1950.)
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
KEZI´AH (ke-zīʹa; “cassia”). Job’s second daughter born to him after his adversity (Job 42:14; “Kezia,” KJV).
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Keziacassia, the name of Job’s second daughter (42:14), born after prosperity had returned to him.
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
KEZIAH [kih ZIE uh] (cinnamon) — a daughter of Job born after his restoration to prosperity and health (Job. 42:14; Kezia, KJV).
See also
Job Father
Kerenhappuch Sister
Jemimah Sister