Winfrid


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Winfrid:

see Boniface, SaintBoniface, Saint
, c.675–754?, English missionary monk and martyr, called the Apostle of Germany, b. Devonshire, England. His English name was Winfrid. He was educated in the monastery of Nursling, near Winchester.
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, c.675–754?
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BEIRUT: In the countryside of eighth century Germany, an English bishop named Winfrid -- later known as St.
680-June 5, 754) was born Winfrid, Wynfrith or Wynfryth in the kingdom of Wessex, probably at Crediton, now in Devon.
2001), "Nahuatl purism: between language innovation, maintenance and shift", en Joseph Brincat, Winfrid Boeder y Thomas Stolz (eds.