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tutelary

[toot-l-er-ee, tyoot-]
adjective
1.
having the position of guardian or protector of a person, place, or thing: tutelary saint.
2.
of or pertaining to a guardian or guardianship.
noun, plural tutelaries.
3.
a person who has tutelary powers, as a saint, deity, or guardian.
Also, tutelar [toot-l-er, tyoot-] .


Origin:
1605–15; < Latin tūtēlārius guardian; see tutelage, -ary

supertutelary, adjective
untutelar, adjective
untutelary, adjective
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tutelary or tutelar (ˈtjuːtɪlərɪ, ˈtjuːtɪlə)
 
adj
1.  invested with the role of guardian or protector
2.  of or relating to a guardian or guardianship
 
n , -laries, -lars
3.  a tutelary person, deity, or saint
 
tutelar or tutelar
 
adj
 
n

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tutelary
1611, from L. tutelarius "a guardian," from tutela "protection, watching" (see tutor).
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