Definition of custodia
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LEM
custōdia, custōdiae
noun (f., 1st declension)
  1. a watching, watch, guard, care, protection
  2. [mostly plural] a guard, watch, sentinel
  3. a guarded place, guard-house, watch-station
  4. a watching, guarding, custody, restraint, ward, confinement
  5. a place of confinement, prison, hold, keep
Abbreviations
custōdia ae, f custos, a watching, watch, guard, care, protection: fida canum: dura matrum, oversight, H.: navium, Cs.: illa (sc. pontis), N.: aliquid privatā custodiā continere: suae custodiae causā habere, as a body-guard, Cs.: navis ad custodiam posita, Cs.: fida iustitiae: fidelis memoriae rerum gestarum, L.: magni censūs, Iu.

—A guard, watch, sentinel (mostly plur.): colonia meis custodiis, vigiliis munita: (testīs) vi custodiisque retinere.

—Sing collect.: custodiam eo suis VI milia hominum reliquerunt, Cs.

— A guarded place, guard-house, watch-station: haec (urbs) mea est custodia: in hac custodiā et tamquam speculā

— familias in custodiis habere.

—A watching, guarding, custody, restraint, ward, confinement: eius, L.: in hostium custodias numerum civium includere: ipsos in custodiis habere, S.: in liberā custodiā, i. e. under arrest without imprisonment, surveillance, L.: in liberis custodiis, S.

— Fig.: (eloquentia), saepta liberali custodiā.

—A place of confinement, prison, hold, keep: in custodiā necatur, Cs.: te in custodiam dare.

—Fig.: corporis custodiis se liberare.
 
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