Definition for custodes (2 of 3)
noun, plural cus·to·des [kuh-stoh-deez; Latin koo s-toh-des] /kʌˈstoʊ diz; Latin kʊsˈtoʊ dɛs/.
Origin of custos
Definition for custodes (3 of 3)
quis custodiet ipsos custodes?
Examples from the Web for custodes
With these cases compare the appointment of custodes to the worldly Prioress of Easebourne in 1441.
For mention of custodes in other dioceses, see Cookhill , Reg.
In those days they were called 'custodes,' chiefly I am afraid because they kept the rods.Old Picture Books|Alfred W. Pollard
Therefore you are custodes utriusque tabul, and must bend the force of all your government to the saving of the people's souls.A Christian Directory (Part 4 of 4)|Richard Baxter