|Origin:||of Latin origin|
|In Greek:||koustwdian 1, koustwdiav 2|
|In NET:||a guard of soldiers 1, guard 1, soldiers of the guard 1|
|In AV:||watch 3|
|Definition:||1) guard: used of Roman soldiers guarding the sepulchre of Christ
A Roman guard was made up of four to sixteen solders. In combat, they
would form a square, and were able to hold off a much larger force.
of Latin origin; "custody", i.e. a Roman sentry:-watch.
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