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custōs ōdis, m and f

SCV-, a guard, watch, preserver, keeper, overseer, protector, defender, attendant: corporis, a body-guard, L.: nostri, Cs.: portae: pontis, N.: cum custodibus venire, under guard, S.: gregis, V.: pecuniae quam regni melior, L.: puellae, O.: custos Quoi commendavi filium, tutor, T.: custodis eges, a guardian, H.: Virtutis, H.: dei custodes urbis: rerum Caesar, H.—Of dogs, V.: finīs custode tueri, outposts, V.A keeper of the ballot-box, inspector (in charge of the voting-tablets): tabellarum: tribūs nullo custode sortitus.—A watch, spy: Dumnorigi custodes ponit, ut, etc., Cs.: custodem Tullio me apponite: num nam hic relictu's custos, Nequis clam curset, etc., T.A jailer, keeper: praefectus custodum, chief jailer, N.: te sub custode tenebo, H.—Fig., a keeper, guardian: dignitatis (fortitudo): sapientia totius hominis.—A receptacle, safe, holder: eburnea Telorum, quiver, O.: turis, an incense-box, O.

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