Nom porté dans le Tarn-et-Garonne et le Lot-et-Garonne. Semble désigner soit un gardien de prison, soit une prison ou un poste de garde (toponyme), du latin custos, custodis (garde, geôlier) ou custodia (surveillance, prison). A noter aussi l'espagnol et le portugais Custodio, renvoyant pour leur part à l'ange gardien (surnom protecteur et sans doute aussi nom de baptême).

Noms de famille. 2013.

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