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Wesley

[ wes-lee, wez- ]
/ ˈwɛs li, ˈwɛz- /
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noun
Charles, 1707–88, English evangelist and hymnist.
his brother, John, 1703–91, English theologian and evangelist: founder of Methodism.
a male given name.
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British Dictionary definitions for Wesley

Wesley
/ (ˈwɛzlɪ) /

noun
John . 1703–91, English preacher who founded Methodism
Mary, pseudonym of Mary Aline Siepmann. 1912–2003, British writer: her novels include The Camomile Lawn (1984) and An Imaginative Experience (1994)
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