Definition of Hugh Latimer from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

Hugh Latimer

 
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(c. 1485-1555) an English bishop who became one of the leading figures of the Reformation in England. When Mary I became queen he opposed her Catholic policies and was executed in Oxford by being burned, together with two other bishops, Nicholas Ridley (c. 1500-55) and Thomas Cranmer.