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warden

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Etymology

From Middle English wardein from Anglo-Norman wardein (to guard) from Old French guarder (to guard) from Proto-Germanic *ward-; related to Old High German wartēn (to watch).

Noun

Singular
warden

Plural
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  1. A chief administrative officer of a prison
  2. An official charged with supervisory duties or with the enforcement of specific laws or regulations; such as a game warden or air raid warden
  3. A governing official in various institutions

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