Waldenses definitions

wŏl-dĕn'sēz, wôl-
A Christian sect of dissenters that originated in southern France in the late 1100s and adopted Calvinist doctrines in the 1500s.
pluralNoun
8
0
A sect of dissenters from the Roman Catholic Church which arose about 1170 in S France: excommunicated in 1184, they survive esp. in NW Italy.
pluralNoun
7
0

Origin of waldenses

Medieval Latin Waldēnsēs after Peter Waldo