- (Historical Terms) a follower of John Wycliffe, the English religious reformer (? 1330-84), or an adherent of his religious ideas; a Lollard. adj.
- 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).
- A LOLLARD COMPILATION AND THE DISSEMINATION OF
- DISSEMINATION OF WYCLIFFITE THOUGHT.
- John Wycliffe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- For this reason the Wycliffites in England were often designated by their opponents as .
- Dictionary - Definition of wycliffite
- "Wycliffite" is a common misspelling or typo for: Wyclifite.
- Wycliffite Bible -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
- Aspects of the topic Wycliffite Bible are discussed in the following places at Britannica.
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