MEANING: noun:
1. One who makes little effort at work, such as while waiting to retire or find another job.
2. One who changes views to conform to prevailing circumstances.
3. A computer that transmits precise time information on a network.

ETYMOLOGY: From time, from Old English tima (time) + server, from Latin servire (to serve), from servus (slave). Earliest documented use: 1566.

TOMESERVER - the runner in the Library who brings your requests from the stacks

LIMESERVER - the bartender's assistant who completes your Rickey

TIM RESERVER - someone who wants to be sure Timothy is available