A guard, guardian or sentry as used in the roles: - custos armorum - literally, the Keeper of the Armaments, this was the armourer, who, entrusted with the keys to the armamentarium, took care of the registration and supply of weapons, armour and equipment. He was drawn from among the most experienced centurions and ranked very high in the administâ€¦...
The under-sacristan or custos was a Roman Catholic office. The office is mentioned in the Decretals. He was the assistant of the sacristan, was subject to the archdeacon, and discharged duties very similar to those of the sacristan. By the early twentieth century the office was hardly ever attached to a benefice and so usu...Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Custos_(under-sacristan)
Custos (guardian) means a religious superior or an official in the Franciscan Order. The precise meaning has differed over time, and among the Friars Minor, Conventuals, and Capuchins. Francis of Assisi sometimes applied the word to any superior in the Order - Guardians, Ministers Provincial, and even to the Minister General. ...Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Custos_(Franciscans)
Custos is the Latin word for guard. It occurs in titles such as The nominative and accusative plural form custodes is well known from the proverbial phrase Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?, `Who has custody of the custodians?`, meaning `Who guards the guards?` or `Who watches the watchmen?`. Jamaica: The Queen`s representative in a Parish. ...Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Custos
Latin, meaning: (custodis) guardian, keeper, watchman, attendant,, guard / spy.Found on http://archives.nd.edu/ccc.htm
(Latin) custodian/guard.Found on http://www.hestories.info/greco-roman-world-glossary.html
the symbol at the very end of a line of music which indicates the pitch for the first note of the next line as a warning of what is to come. The custos is not commonly used in modern notation.
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Guard. guardian. sentry.Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20764
; plural Custodes
(kŭs*tō'dēz). [ Latin ] A keeper; a custodian; a superintendent. [ Obsolete] Custos rotulorum
(rŏt`u*lō'rŭm) [ Late Latin , keeper of the rolls] (Eng. Law)
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• (n.) A keeper; a custodian; a superintendent.
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guardian, custodian or keeper, especially of convents or monasteries
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