As nouns the difference between director and warden
is that director
is one who directs; the person in charge of managing a department or directorate (e.g., director of engineering
), project, or production (as in a show or film, e.g., film director
) while warden
is a guard or watchman.
As a proper noun Warden is
* directour (obsolete)
One who directs; the person in charge of managing a department or directorate (e.g., director of engineering''), project, or production (as in a show or film, e.g., ''film director ).
A device that displays graphical information concerning the targets of a weapons system in real time.
(chemistry) The common axis of symmetry of the molecules of a liquid crystal.
* director circle
* director conic
(archaic, or, literary) A guard or watchman.
* Sir Walter Scott
A chief administrative officer of a prison
An official charged with supervisory duties or with the enforcement of specific laws or regulations; such as a game warden or air raid warden
A governing official in various institutions
- He called to the warden on the battlements.
(archaic, slang) A variety of pear, thought to be Black Worcester or Parkinson's Warden.
* Beaumont and Fletcher
- the warden of a college
* Shakespeare, The Winter's Tale
- I would have had him roasted like a warden .
- I must have saffron the colour of warden pies.