Taborite

[tey-buh-rahyt]
noun
  1. (in the 15th century) a member of the militant body of Hussites maintaining a strict literal interpretation of the Scriptures.

Origin of Taborite

1640–50; named after Tabor, city in Bohemia where the radical party of Hussites had its headquarters; see -ite1
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