Taborite

noun
Ta·​bor·​ite | \ ˈtābəˌrīt\
plural -s

Definition of Taborite

: a member of the radical wing of the Hussites rejecting everything without direct biblical warrant except war (as waged fiercely under Ziska)

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History and Etymology for Taborite

Tábor, town south of Prague in the former kingdom of Bohemia (now a province of western Czechoslovakia) founded in 1420 as a Taborite stronghold by Jan Ziska †1424 Bohemian Hussite leader + English -ite

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