Definition of Taylor, Jeremy in English:

Taylor, Jeremy

Line breaks: Jer¦emy Tay¦lor
Pronunciation: /ˈteɪlə
( 1613–67), English Anglican churchman and writer. Chaplain to Charles I during the English Civil War, he is now remembered chiefly for his devotional writings.

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