Definition of Latimer, Hugh in English:

Latimer, Hugh

Line breaks: Hugh Lati|mer
Pronunciation: /ˈlatɪmə
 
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( Circa 1485–1555), English Protestant prelate and martyr. One of Henry VIII’s chief advisers when the king broke with the papacy, under Mary I he was condemned for heresy and burnt at the stake at Oxford with Nicholas Ridley.

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