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Meaning of "Lollard" in the English dictionary

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ETYMOLOGY OF THE WORD LOLLARD

From Middle Dutch; mutterer, from lollen to mumble (prayers).
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PRONUNCIATION OF LOLLARD

Lollard  [ˈlɒləd] play
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GRAMMATICAL CATEGORY OF LOLLARD

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adjective
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preposition
conjunction
determiner
exclamation
Lollard is a noun.
A noun is a type of word the meaning of which determines reality. Nouns provide the names for all things: people, objects, sensations, feelings, etc.

WHAT DOES LOLLARD MEAN IN ENGLISH?

Lollard

Lollardy

Lollardy was a political and religious movement that existed from the mid-14th century to the English Reformation. The term "Lollard" refers to the followers of John Wycliffe, a prominent theologian who was dismissed from the University of Oxford in 1381 for criticism of the Church, especially in his doctrine on the Eucharist. The Lollards' demands were primarily for reform of Western Christianity.

Definition of Lollard in the English dictionary

The definition of Lollard in the dictionary is a follower of John Wycliffe during the 14th, 15th, and 16th centuries.

WORDS THAT RHYME WITH LOLLARD


antlered
ˈæntləd
Bacolod
bəˈkɒləd
ballad
ˈbæləd
bicolored
ˈbaɪˌkʌləd
chocolate-coloured
ˈtʃɒklətˌkʌləd
collard
ˈkɒləd
colored
ˈkʌləd
coloured
ˈkʌləd
discolored
dɪsˈkʌləd
discoloured
dɪsˈkʌləd
dullard
ˈdʌləd
flesh-coloured
ˈfleʃˌkʌləd
light-coloured
ˈlaɪtˌkʌləd
multicoloured
ˈmʌltɪˌkʌləd
pillared
ˈpɪləd
pollard
ˈpɒləd
salad
ˈsæləd
tailored
ˈteɪləd
uncolored
ʌnˈkʌləd
uncoloured
ʌnˈkʌləd

WORDS THAT BEGIN LIKE LOLLARD

Lolland
lollapaloosa
lollapalooza
Lollardism
Lollardry
Lollardy

WORDS THAT END LIKE LOLLARD

Abelard
Ballard
baselard
Baudrillard
bollard
enlard
foulard
Gillard
holard
interlard
lard
leaf-lard
mallard
overlard
paillard
poulard
Szilard
tailard
Vuillard

Synonyms and antonyms of Lollard in the English dictionary of synonyms

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Translation of «Lollard» into 25 languages

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罗拉德
1,325 millions of speakers

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Lollard
570 millions of speakers

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Lollard
510 millions of speakers

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Lollard
380 millions of speakers
ar

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Lollard
280 millions of speakers

Translator English - Russian

лоллардов
278 millions of speakers

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Lollard
270 millions of speakers

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Lollard
260 millions of speakers

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Lollard
220 millions of speakers

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Lollard
190 millions of speakers

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Lollard
180 millions of speakers

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Lollard
130 millions of speakers

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Lollard
85 millions of speakers

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Lollard
85 millions of speakers
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Lollard
80 millions of speakers

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Lollard
75 millions of speakers

Translator English - Marathi

लोलार्ड
75 millions of speakers

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Lollard
70 millions of speakers

Translator English - Italian

lollardo
65 millions of speakers

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Lollard
50 millions of speakers

Translator English - Ukrainian

лоллардов
40 millions of speakers

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Lollard
30 millions of speakers
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Lollard
15 millions of speakers
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Lollard
14 millions of speakers
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Lollard
10 millions of speakers
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Lollard
5 millions of speakers

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TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «LOLLARD»

The term «Lollard» is normally little used and occupies the 139.096 position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «LOLLARD» OVER TIME

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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «LOLLARD»

Discover the use of Lollard in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Lollard and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
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Gender and Heresy: Women and Men in Lollard Communities, ...
Shannon McSheffrey studies the communities of the late medieval English heretics, the Lollards, and presents unexpected conclusions about the precise ways in which gender shaped participation and interaction within the movement.
Shannon McSheffrey, 2011
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What is a lollard?: dissent and belief in late medieval England
J. Patrick Hornbeck II explores the wide range of lollard beliefs on some of the key issues in late medieval Christianity.
J. Patrick Hornbeck II, J. Patrick Hornbeck, 2010
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The Premature Reformation: Wycliffite Texts and Lollard History
This is the most complete account yet of Lollardy, the medieval English heretical movement derived from the ideas of John Wyclif that anticipated many of the ideas and demands of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century reformers and Puritans.
Anne Hudson, 1988
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The Lollard Bible: And Other Medieval Biblical Versions
§3§4§5~ CONTENTS The General Prologue was written by a man of great learning, a Lollard undergoing persecution in I 395: John Purvey was the only Lollard doctor, or learned Lollard, holding out at the date, and must therefore have been ...
Margaret Deanesly, 2002
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Selections from English Wycliffite Writings
This is a most useful book for historians of ideas, historians of the Reformation, literary historians, and historians of the English language. It opens new doors to understanding the late Middle Ages in England.'
Anne Hudson, 1997
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Lollard Themes in the Reformation Theology of William Tyndale
Smeeton asserts that the famed English theologian was not put to death because of his illegal English translation of the Bible for the British lay classes, but rather for his social and theological views of these lay classes as worthy of ...
Donald Dean Smeeton, 1986
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English Spirituality: From Earliest Times to 1700
Sermon for Lent 4 in Lollard Sermons, EETS 294, pp. 185-6. 102. How Satan and his priests chapter 4, EETS o.s. 74, p. 274. 103. 'Highness of state maketh not evermore a man better to God', Sermon for Trinity 3, in English Wycliffite sermons  ...
Gordon Mursell, 2001
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The works of a Lollard preacher: the sermon Omnis plantacio, ...
An edition of two unprinted Wycliffite texts, together with a parallel text version of the first (composed between c. 1400-1414), this volume also includes a full discussion of the historical context and authorship.
Anne Hudson, 2001
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Chaucer and the culture of dissent: the Lollard context and ...
Chaucer therefore invites (or even dares) his reader to go in search of Lollard codes in the Parson's Tale. This book balances a literary and historical approach to reading Chaucer's Parson's Tale.
Frances Mary McCormack, 2007
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Geoffrey the Lollard...
This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923.
Frances Eastwood, 2012

10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «LOLLARD»

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Luton man smashed scaffold pipe on man's head on MK building site
The judge said when the son followed behind and found his father of Lollard Close, Luton and Mr Levitt engaged in “fisticuffs” he went to ... «Luton Today, Jul 15»
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Luton man Kieran Fowler jailed for 12 years for 'sickening' attack on …
The judge said when the son followed behind and found his father of Lollard Close, Luton and Mr Levitt engaged in "fisticuffs" he went to ... «Luton On Sunday, Jul 15»
3
Morality play sheds a light on forgotten Norfolk figure
While he was by no means the last Lollard to die, his beliefs endured, and Lollardy is said to have played a role in the development of ... «Norfolk Eastern Daily Press, Jul 15»
4
Luton father and son in the dock over 'life-threatening' building site …
The court was told the injuries were initially inflicted by Alan Fowler, 49, from Lollard Close, Luton, and his son Kieran, 23, of Radnor Road, who ... «Luton On Sunday, Jul 15»
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Father and son builders plead not guilty to charges after colleague …
She said the attack was carried out by Alan Fowler, 49, from Lollard Close, Luton and his son Kieran Fowler, 23 of Radnor Road, Luton. «MK News, Jul 15»
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In search of Jan Hus
Explain briefly who both of these men were. John Wycliffe “John Wycliffe was an English reformer and founder of the Lollard [reform] movement. «Radio Prague, Jul 15»
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A new King's Lynn play on Margery Kemp
But his status may well have saved her from the fate of her parish priest the Lollard William Sawtrey, burned under the Statute of Heresies 1401. «Lynn News, Jul 15»
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Sacred inwardness
William Langland, presumably a Lollard or Wycliffite, wrote in the late 14th century. In his Piers Plowman he rejects the teaching “that neither ... «The Christian Century, Jun 15»
9
Jesus takes a selfie: the Vernicle and Julian of Norwich
Indeed, a Lollard heretic in 1391 included the Vernicle among Christ's miracles performed for women when arguing that there was no reason ... «OUPblog, Jun 15»
10
Lady Irish win second state tennis title
Much as they did against Boyd-Buchanan in the state sectional last week, Joyce and Ingell wasted little time, defeating Pectol and Sydia Lollard ... «Chattanooga Times Free Press, May 15»

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« EDUCALINGO. Lollard [online]. Available <https://educalingo.com/en/dic-en/lollard>. Sep 2019 ».
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