Lollards

Lollards, originally a religious community established at Antwerp in 1300, devoted to the care of the sick and burial of the dead, and as persecuted by the Church, regarded as heretics. Their name became a synonym for heretic, and was hence applied to the followers of Wycliffe in England and certain sectaries in Ayrshire.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Loki * Lombard, Peter
Lofoden Islands
Logan, John
Logarithm
Logic
Logic Spectacles
Logos
Log-rolling
Lohengrin
Loire
Loki
Lollards
Lombard, Peter
Lombards
Lombardy
Lomond, Loch
London
London
Londonderry
Long, George
Long Island
Long Parliament

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Lollards in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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