Definition of Beghards

1. beghard [n] - See also: beghard



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Beghards

beggary
begge
begged
begged off
beggestere
beggesteres
beggiatoaceae
beggiatoales
begging
begging off
begging the question
beggingly
beggingness
beggings
beghard
beghards (current term)
beghast
beghost
begift
begifted
begifting
begifts
begild
begilded
begilding
begilds
begilt
begin
begink
beginne

Literary usage of Beghards

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1. A History of the Inquisition of the Middle Ages by Henry Charles Lea (1888)
"There evidently was ample work for the Inquisition in Germany, but it seems to have been more anxious to repair its defeat in the contest with the beghards ..."

2. The Reformation by George Park Fisher (1895)
"Similar societies of men, who were called beghards, were afterwards formed. Many of both classes, for the sake of protection, connected themselves with the ..."

3. The Reformation by George Park Fisher (1906)
"Similar societies of men, who were called beghards, were afterwards formed. Many of both classes, for the sake of protection, connected themselves with the ..."

4. Lectures on the History of Christian Dogmas by August Neander (1858)
"J We recognise the marks of such aberrations in the heretical propositions of the beghards, which were condemned about AD 1380 by JOHN Compendium Vitse ..."

5. A Manual of Church History by Albert Henry Newman (1899)
"... and the beghards. It is not probable that all the parties thus designated, who were arraigned from time to time in different parts of Europe from the ..."

6. General History of the Christian Religion and Church by August Neander (1854)
"a more practical character ; the members of which commonly passed under the name of beghards ; a freer imitation of monasticism. ..."

7. Current Discussions in Theology by Chicago Theological Seminary (1887)
"The beghards. The most important source for the history of the sects of the Free Spirit in the middle ages is the list of their pantheistic ..."

8. History of Switzerland by John Wilson (1832)
"These were followed by the beghards and Beguines, whose associations originally ... The beghards were first favored, then suppressed, and their places of ..."

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