The definition of fiduciary is anything related to holding something in trust for another person.(adjective)
An example of fiduciary is the responsibility of a banker to safeguard the depositor's money.
Fiduciary is defined as a person who holds something to protect it for someone else or who holds a special relationship of responsibility.(noun)
An example of fiduciary is a child's legal guardian.
See fiduciary in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: L fiduciarius < fiducia, trust, thing held in trust < fidere, to trust: see faith
noun pl. fiduciaries
See fiduciary in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Latin fīdūciārius
Origin: , from fīdūcia, trust; see fiducial.
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