- a.d. c311–c382, Christian bishop to the Goths: translated Bible into the Gothic language.
Also Ul·fi·la [uhl-fi-luh] /ˈʌl fɪ lə/, Wulfila.
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They had never learned from the Goths of Ulfilas anything about Christianity.Introductory American History
Henry Eldridge Bourne
And so, too, in the Gothic of Ulfilas the homestead was a 'gard.'The English Village Community</p>
It was the outstanding merit of Ulfilas that he translated the Bible into Gothic.Rumanian Bird and Beast Stories
He sent theologians to meet Ulfilas, and torment him into Arianism.The Roman and the Teuton
They still held to the primitive faith taught them by Ulfilas and their Gothic Bible.Spain
Frederick Albion Ober
Ulfila (ˈʊlfɪlə) or Wulfila
- ?311–?382 ad, Christian bishop of the Goths who translated the Bible from Greek into Gothic
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