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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How to use Ulfilas in a sentence
There was a Gothic translation of the Bible, which is supposed to have been made in the fourth century by Ulfilas.The Influence of the Bible on Civilisation | Ernst Von Dobschutz
And so, too, in the Gothic of Ulfilas the homestead was a 'gard.'The English Village Community | Frederic Seebohm
It was the outstanding merit of Ulfilas that he translated the Bible into Gothic.Rumanian Bird and Beast Stories | Anonymous
They still held to the primitive faith taught them by Ulfilas and their Gothic Bible.Spain | Frederick Albion Ober
Low as they had fallen, they could still count among them the great name of Ulfilas.The Arian Controversy | H. M. Gwatkin
British Dictionary definitions for Ulfilas
?311–?382 ad, Christian bishop of the Goths who translated the Bible from Greek into Gothic
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