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guardian meaning in Latin

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guardian noun

curatoria [curatoriae] noun
(1st) F

praeses [praesidis] noun
(3rd) C

guardian, watcher noun

tutor [tutoris] noun
(3rd) M

guardian (female) noun

curatrix [curatricis] noun
(3rd) F

guardian (of minor/ward) noun

curator [curatoris] noun
(3rd) M

guardian of chest or wardrobe noun

cistarius [cistarii] noun
(2nd) M

guardian spirit noun

genius [geni(i)] noun
(2nd) M

guardian/protector/keeper noun

custos [custodis] noun
(3rd) C

guardianship noun

curatela [curatelae] noun
(1st) F

garda [gardae] noun
(1st) F

guardianship (L+S) noun

custoditio [custoditionis] noun
(3rd) F

assigned (guardian) adjective

dativus [dativa, dativum] adjective

give authorization (guardian on behalf of ward) verb

auctoror [auctorari, auctoratus sum] verb
(1st) DEP

authoror [authorari, authoratus sum] verb
(1st) DEP

joint guardian noun

concurator [concuratoris] noun
(3rd) M

contutor [contutoris] noun
(3rd) M

of suit for ward's compensation of magistrate appointing bad guardian (w/actio) adjective

subsidiarius [subsidiaria, subsidiarium] adjective

of/belonging to a curator/guardian adjective

curatorius [curatoria, curatorium] adjective

of/involving/suitable to minor under care of a guardian adjective

pupillaris [pupillaris, pupillare] adjective

office of curator/guardian noun

curatura [curaturae] noun
(1st) F

pertaining to guardianship (L+S) adjective

curatorius [curatoria, curatorium] adjective

protector, guardian, defender noun

protector [protectoris] noun
(3rd) M

tutelage, guardianship noun

tutela [tutelae] noun
(1st) F

||supporter, helper, guardian noun

susceptor [susceptoris] noun
(3rd) M

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