Wycliffite

or Wyc·lif·ite

[ wik-li-fahyt ]
/ ˈwɪk lɪˌfaɪt /

adjective

of or relating to Wycliffe or the Wycliffites.

noun

a follower of John Wycliffe; Lollard.

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Origin of Wycliffite

From the Medieval Latin word Wyclefīta, dating back to 1570–80. See Wycliffe, -ite1

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Wycliffite

Wyclifite

English history

noun

a follower of John Wycliffe or an adherent of his religious ideas; a Lollard

adjective

of or relating to Wycliffe, his followers, or his religious ideas
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