or Tin·dal, Tin·dale
- William,c1492–1536, English religious reformer, translator of the Bible into English, and martyr.
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Tindal or Tindale
- William. ?1492–1536, English Protestant and humanist, who translated the New Testament (1525), the Pentateuch (1530), and the Book of Jonah (1531) into English. He was burnt at the stake as a heretic
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