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The term custodian may refer to:
- Person who has responsibility for or looks after something, such as a museum, financial assets, or a culture or tradition;
- Janitor, a person who cleans, maintains, provides security and initiates repairs or makes minor repairs to buildings;
- Custodian bank, an organization responsible for safeguarding a firm's or individual's financial assets;
- Custodian helmet, the helmet worn by many members of the British Police Force;
- Legal guardian or conservator, who may be called a custodian in some jurisdictions;
- The nickname for NBA basketball player Brian Cardinal.
- to the Custodian of the Blessed Sacrament, a religious term for an ordained Roman Catholic Priest;
- to the Custodian of the Holy Land (i.e., Custos), an appointed ecclesiastical office in the Franciscan Order, approved by the Pope through the Holy See;
- to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, the official title of the head of Saudi Arabia, where the two holiest mosques of Islam are located.
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