view over or protect from risk or harm; protect
- English economist and conservationist (1914-1981)
- English writer of books who had been a dynamic opponent of the women's suffrage motion (1851-1920)
- united states of america businessman who in 1872 established a fruitful mail-order business (1843-1913)
- an individual who is beneath the security or in the custody of another
- an area into which a city or town is split for the intended purpose of administration and elections
- block forming a division of a hospital (or a suite of spaces) shared by patients who need an equivalent sorts of care
- a division of a prison (usually comprising a few cells)
- Suffixes denoting training course or path to movement or tendency toward as with backward or backwards toward or towards etc
- The act of guarding watch shield guardianship particularly a guarding throughout the day look at Note under Watch n 1
- is vigilant to keep shield
- The act of guarding; watch; shield; guardianship; particularly, a guarding during the day. See the Note under Check out, n., 1.
- one that, or what, protections; garrison; defender; protector; method of guarding; security; security.
- their state of being under guard or guardianship; confinement under guard; the condition of a young child under a guardian; custody.
- A guarding or defensive movement or position, such as fencing; shield.
- One who, or that which, is guarded.
- a small or individual beneath the proper care of a guardian; because, a ward in chancery.
- A division of a county.
- a division, district, or quarter of a town or town.
- A division of a forest.
- A division of a hospital; since, a fever ward.
- A projecting ridge of metal inside inside of a lock, to avoid the use of any key that has perhaps not a corresponding notch for moving it.
- A notch or slit in a vital corresponding to a ridge inside lock which it suits; a ward notch.
- maintain in safety; to look at; to shield; previously, in a specific good sense, to shield through the day time.
- to guard; to protect.
- To defend by wall space, fortifications, etc.
- To battle; to repel; to turn aside, as any such thing mischievous that methods; -- often accompanied by off.
- becoming aware; maintain shield.
- To act regarding defensive with a weapon.
n. 1) people (usually a) who's got a guardian appointed because of the court to care for and simply take responsibility for that person. A governmental company usually takes short-term custody of a for his/her defense and attention if the youngster is enduring parental neglect or punishment, or has been in difficulty using the law. These types of a young child is a "ward for the judge" (in the event that custody is court-ordered) or a "ward of this condition." 2) a political unit of a city, similar to a council region.
Name Origin: English
Name Gender: Male
1. Guarding; care; charge; as, the ward of a castle; therefore in the term "watch and ward." 2. A division within the city of London focused on the special ward (guardianship) of an alderman. 3. A territorial unit is followed in many US towns wherein the municipality is separated into some precincts or areas known as "wards" for reasons of police, sanitary regulations, avoidance of fires, elections, etc. 4. A corridor, space, or any other unit of a prison, medical center, or asylum. 5. An infant put by authority of law beneath the care of a guardian. Anyone over who or over whose prop WARD 1218 WARRANDICE N 0 R U erty a guardian is appointed is called their "ward." Civ. Code Cal.
Old English weard "a guarding, defense; watchman, sentry, keeper," from Proto-Germanic *wardaz "guard" (cognates: Old Saxon ward, Old Norse v
- Old English weardian "to keep shield, watch, shield, preserve," from Proto-Germanic *wardon "to shield" (cognates: Old Saxon wardon, Old Norse var
(n.) A person who, or what, guards; garrison; defender; protector; way of guarding; defense; protection.
- (n.) The state to be under guard or guardianship; confinement under guard; the condition of a kid under a guardian; custody.
- (n.) A guarding or protective motion or position, like in fencing; shield.
- (n.) Person who, or that which, is guarded.
- (n.) A or individual under the care of a guardian; since, a ward in chancery.
- (n.) A division of a county.
- (letter.) A division, region, or quarter of a town or city.
- (n.) A division of a forest.
- (letter.) A division of a hospital; since, a fever ward.
- (letter.) A projecting ridge of material in the inside of a lock, to avoid using any key with perhaps not a corresponding notch for driving it.
- (n.) A notch or slit in a key equivalent to a ridge within the lock which it meets; a ward notch.
- (letter.) Maintain safely; to view; to protect; formerly, in a specific feeling, to guard in the day time.
- (n.) To protect; to protect.
- (letter.) To protect by wall space, fortifications, etc.
- (n.) To fend off; to repel; to show aside, as something naughty that approaches; -- usually accompanied by down.
- (v. i.) to-be vigilant; to help keep guard.
- (v. i.) To act on protective with a weapon.
Sarong, the Malay ward for a garment wrapped round the lower part of the body and used by both men and women, is now applied to plain or printed cloths exported to the Indian or Eastern Archipelago for this purpose.