any of the followers of John Wycliffe in 14th- and 15th-cent. England
Origin of LollardMiddle English ; from Middle Dutch lollaerd, literally , mutterer (of prayers, psalms) ; from lollen: see loll
A member of a sect of religious reformers in England who were followers of John Wycliffe in the 1300s and 1400s.
Origin of LollardMiddle English, from Middle Dutch Lollaerd, mumbler, mutterer, heretic, from lollen, doze, to mumble.