GUARDIAN , one who
See also:guards or defends another, a
See also:protector . The O . Fr. guarden,
See also:garden, mod. gardien, from guarder, garder, is of Teutonic origin, from the
See also:base war-, to protect, cf . O.H . Ger. warten, and Eng . "
See also:ward "; thus "guardian" and "
See also:warden " are etymologically identical, as are " guard " and " ward "; cf. the use of the correlatives " guardian " and " ward," i.e. a minor, or
See also:person incapable of managing his affairs, under the
See also:protection or in the custody of a guardian .
FRANCESCO GUARDI (1712-1793)
AND HOUSEHOLD TROOPS GUARDS
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