lookout, lookout man, sentinel, sentry, watch, spotter, scout, picket(noun)
a person employed to keep watch for some anticipated event
A sentry or guard.
a unique string of characters recognised by a computer program for processing in a special way; a keyword.
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To watch over as a guard.
He sentineled the north wall.
To post as guard.
He sentineled him on the north wall.
To post a guard for.
He sentineled the north wall with just one man.
one who watches or guards; specifically (Mil.), a soldier set to guard an army, camp, or other place, from surprise, to observe the approach of danger, and give notice of it; a sentry
a marine crab (Podophthalmus vigil) native of the Indian Ocean, remarkable for the great length of its eyestalks; -- called also sentinel crab
to watch over like a sentinel
to furnish with a sentinel; to place under the guard of a sentinel or sentinels
Origin: [F. sentinelle (cf. It. sentinella); probably originally, a litle path, the sentinel's beat,, and a dim. of a word meaning, path; cf. F. sente path. L. semita; and OF. sentine, sentele, senteret, diminutive words. Cf. Sentry.]
Sentinels are a fictional variety of mutant-hunting robots, appearing in the Marvel Comics Universe. They are usually portrayed as antagonists to the X-Men. Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, they first appeared in The X-Men #14. According to Marvel canon, Sentinels are programmed to locate mutants and capture or kill them. Though several types of Sentinels have been introduced, the typical Sentinel is three stories tall, capable of flight, projects energy blasts, and can detect mutants. The Sentinels have been featured in several X-Men video games, and played a large role in the 1990s X-Men animated series. Additionally, a simulated version made a brief appearance in the beginning of the 2006 film, X-Men: The Last Stand. In 2009, the Sentinels were ranked by IGN as the 38th Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
sen′ti-nel, n. a soldier or soldier-marine at a point with the duty of watching for the approach of an enemy, or guarding the gun-park, camp, magazine, or other locality: a sentry.—adj. acting as a sentinel.—v.t. to watch over, as a sentinel.—adj. Sen′tinelled, furnished with a sentinel.—Sentinel crab, a crab of the Indian Ocean with long eye-stalks. [Fr. sentinelle—It. sentinella, a watch, prob. the L. sentinator, one who pumps bilge-water out of a ship—sentina, the hold of a ship. Others explain Fr. sentinelle as a dim. of sentier, a path—Low L. semitarius—L. semita, a footpath.]
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The numerical value of sentinel in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of sentinel in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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- bewachen, Wächterin, Wächter, Wachposten, Schlüsselwort, Wache, MarkierungGerman
- σκοπός, φρουρός, φρουρόςGreek
- centinela, guardaSpanish
- vartioida, vahtia, vahti, vartijaFinnish
- sentinelle, factionnaire, regarderFrench
- freiceadanScottish Gaelic
- 歩哨, 番兵Japanese
- vigil, excubiarumLatin
- haʼasídíNavajo, Navaho
- sentinela, vigia, vigiarPortuguese
- страж, часовой, охранник, караульныйRussian
- stràžār, стра̀жа̄рSerbo-Croatian
- koruyucu, gözcü, nöbetçi, sembol, simgeTurkish
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