'ward' can also refer to...

Alex Ward

Alexander Ward Lyon (1931—1993) politician

Alfred Ward Stephens (1804—1852)

Alvin Ward Gouldner (1920—1980)

Andre Ward

Anita Ward (b. 1957)

Ann Ward (1716—1789) printer

Artemas Ward (1727—1800)

Artemus Ward (1834—1867)

Arthur Henry Ward (1883—1959) writer

Barbara Ward (1914—1981) journalist and economist

Bernard Nicholas Ward (1857—1920) headmaster and historian

Caesar Ward (1710—1759) bookseller and historian

Carlos Ward (b. 1940)

Carol V. Ward

Catherine George Ward (c. 1787—1832) actress and writer

Chris Ward

Christopher Ward

Clara Ward (1924—1973)

Clifford T. Ward (b. 1946)

Court of Wards and Liveries

Crosbie Ward (1832—1867)

David Ward (1922—1983)

David Ward

Dianne S. Ward

Donald Ward Lathrap (1927—1990)

Douglas Turner Ward (b. 1930)

Edward Matthew Ward (1816—1879) historical genre painter

Edward Ward (1667—1731) satirist

Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward (1844—1911)


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1 a separate room in a hospital, typically one allocated to a particular type of patient: a children's ward | a ward nurse.

2 archaic the action of keeping ...

Subjects: Warfare and Defence.

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