casserian

cas·se·ri·an

(ka-sē'rē-an),
Relating to or described by Casser.
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The Masai tribe in Africa has a traditional greeting: "Casserian engeri," which means "And how are the children?" The Masai, renowned for being fierce warriors, measure the strength of their society in terms of the safety and well-being of its youngest and most vulnerable members.