noun Lol·lard \ˈlä-lərd\

Definition of Lollard

  1. :  one of the followers of Wycliffe who traveled in the 14th and 15th centuries as lay preachers throughout England and Scotland


play \ˈlä-lər-ˌdi-zəm\ noun


play \ˈlä-lər-dē\ noun

Origin and Etymology of lollard

Middle English, from Middle Dutch lollaert, from lollen to mutter

First Known Use: 14th century

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