an associate of a sect of spiritual reformers in England have been followers of John Wycliffe within the 14th and fifteenth centuries.
One of a sect of very early reformers in Germany.
among a sect of early reformers in Germany.
one of many supporters of Wyclif in England.
One of a semi-monastic community the proper care of the ill together with burial of dead, which began at Antwerp about 1300. Also called Cellite.
among the English followers of Wyclif, adherents of a wide-spread activity, partially political and socialistic, plus in some respects anticipating Protestantism and Puritanism, into the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.