The Wycliffite movement, the one Religious condition of the country.
The editors of the Wycliffite versions say in the Preface, pp.
It became, in fact, the accepted form of the Wycliffite version.
The Wycliffite movement in England was less a doctrinal heterodoxy than a revolt against the Papacy and the priestly hierarchy.
But of course they wished it to be understood that it was for her Wycliffite heresies.
The various Anglo-Saxon translations and the Wycliffite versions are largely detached from the main line of development.
In the Wycliffite versions it occurs repeatedly, signifying to give to drink.