An attendant in a hospital responsible for the nonmedical care of patients and the maintenance of order and cleanliness
A soldier who carries out orders or performs minor tasks for an officer
a soldier who serves as an attendant to a superior officer; "the orderly laid out the general's uniform"
devoid of violence or disruption; "an orderly crowd confronted the president"
a male hospital attendant who has general duties that do not involve the medical treatment of patients
neat: clean or organized; "her neat dress"; "a neat room"
(orderliness) the quality of appreciating method and system
(orderliness) a condition of regular or proper arrangement; "he put his desk in order"; "the machine is now in working order"
A medical orderly (also known as a ward assistant or nurse assistant), is a hospital attendant whose job consists of assisting medical and/or nursing staff with various nursing and/or medical interventions. These duties are classified as routine tasks involving no risk for the patient.
A batman (or batwoman) is a soldier or airman assigned to a commissioned officer as a personal servant.
The Orderly is a 1918 silent comedy film featuring Oliver Hardy.
Orderliness is associated with other qualities such as cleanliness and diligence - and the desire for order and symmetry, and is generally considered to be a desirable quality.
A hospital attendant given a variety of non-medical duties; A soldier who carries out minor tasks for a superior officer; Neat and tidy; possessing order; Methodical or systematic; Peaceful; well-behaved; According to good order or practice; appropriately, in a well-behaved way; In order; in a ...
Orderliness is being neat and living with a sense of harmony. You are organized, and you know where things are when you need them. Solve problems step by step instead of going in circles. Order around you creates order inside you. It gives you peace of mind.
an enlisted soldier assigned to perform various chores for a commander or group of officers, as a steward, seneschal, reeve, manciple, cellarer, chamberlain, factor, horse-holder, shield-bearer, spear-carrier, water-hauler, stamp-licker, agent; see DOGSBODY, STRIKER, MAN FRIDAY, GOFER, HOUSE ...
A soldier who carried orders for officers.
The name given to chores, normally done first thing in the morning, before 8.30 roll call. Examples of one's orderly might be to clear rubbish from the 'prefects' path', or 'the back drive', or to be a brat for a particular master or prefect. ...
assists medical staff in a hospital, or the servant of a military officer.
A person that helps with household chores, assistance with mobility, bathing and hygiene, etc. ..