Lollard

• (n.) One of a sect of early reformers in Germany. • (n.) One of the followers of Wyclif in England.
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Lollard

(possibly from Dutch, 'mumbler') Lollards were heretics in the 1300s and 1400s associated with a var
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Lollard

Lol'lard noun [ Late Latin Lollardi , Lullardi , from Walter Lolhardus , a German; confer LG. & Dutch lollen to mumble, to hum, sing in a murmuring strain; hence, OD. lollaerd a mumbler, i. e. , of prayers or psalms, which was probably the origin of the name. ...
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Lollard

Follower of the English religious reformer John Wycliffe in the 14th century. The Lollards condemned the doctrine of the transubstantiation of the bread and wine of the Eucharist, advocated the...
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Lollard

Follower of the English religious reformer John Wycliffe in the 14th century. The Lollards condemned the doctrine of the transubstantiation of the bread and wine of the Eucharist, advocated the diversion of ecclesiastical property to charitable uses, and denounced war and capital punishment. They were active from about 1377; after the passing o...
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Lollard

in late medieval England, a follower, after about 1382, of John Wycliffe, a University of Oxford philosopher and theologian whose unorthodox ... [8 related articles]
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