Zwingli

[ zwing-glee, swing-; German tsving-lee ]
/ ˈzwɪŋ gli, ˈswɪŋ-; German ˈtsvɪŋ li /

noun

Ul·rich [ool-rikh] /ˈʊl rɪx/ or Hul·dreich [hool-drahykh], /ˈhʊl draɪx/, 1484–1531, Swiss Protestant reformer.

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Zwingli
/ (German ˈtsvɪŋli) /

noun

Ulrich (ˈʊlrɪç) or Huldreich (ˈhʊltraiç). 1484–1531, Swiss leader of the Reformation, based in Zurich. He denied the Eucharistic presence, holding that the Communion was merely a commemoration of Christ's death
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