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In popular use the words Lollard and Beghard were virtually convertible, and yet there is a difference between them.
The origin of the names Beguine and Beghard has been the subject of much controversy.
A leading feature of the Beghard propaganda was the circulation among the laity of written tracts and devotional works.
Not long after a similar martyrdom occurred at Constance, where a Beghard, named Burgin, had founded a sect of extreme austerity.
Walter, known as the Lollard, was a Hollander, and was the most active and successful of the Beghard missionaries.