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(Historical Terms) a follower of John Wycliffe, the English religious reformer (? 1330-84), or an adherent of his religious ideas; a Lollard. adj.

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The Periphrastic Dative and the Wycliffite Bible
The second citation should be from the Wycliffite. Bible, the third one .
145 England, s. xv in. Wycliffite Bible 2o fo: Friday Numeri (fol. 2
145. England, s. xv in.
Part 6: My English Bible Wycliffite Bibles (1382, 1388) The first
Wycliffite Bibles (1382, 1388). The first complete Bible in the English language was the result of John Wycliffe's teaching and activities (about 1330-1384).
The First English Bible: The Text and Context of the Wycliffite

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John Wycliffe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For this reason the Wycliffites in England were often designated by their opponents as .
Wycliffe's Bible - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Octavo Editions: Wycliffite New Testament
Dictionary - Definition of wycliffite
"Wycliffite" is a common misspelling or typo for: Wyclifite.
Wycliffite Bible -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
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