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Gender: F Meaning of Kezia: "cassia tree" Origin of Kezia: Hebrew

Kezia is an Old Testament name -- she was one of the three daughters of Job -- widely used for slaves and still most common in the African-American community. This lovely, distinctive name -- along with others like Jemima -- deserves full emancipation.

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Famous People Named Kezia

Kezia of Buganda, Queen of Toro, Uganda
Kezia Obama, former wife of Barack Obama, Sr.
Kezia Burrows, Welsh actress
Harriot Kezia Hunt, pioneering American physician
Kezia Dugdale, Scottish politician

Pop Culture References for the name Kezia

Kezia Walker, character on British TV's "The Bill"
"Kezia," album by Protest the Hero
Kezia Burnell, character in "Prelude" by Katherine Mansfield
Kezia 'Kizzy' Cunningham-Twiss, protagonist in 'The Diddakoi' by Rumer Godden
Kezia, a character on 'Little House on the Prairie'

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