Utraquist [yoo-truh-kwist] ExamplesWord Origin noun
Origin of Utraquist 1830–40; New Latin Utraquista, equivalent to Latin utrāque (ablative singular feminine of uterque each of two, equivalent to uter either + -que and) + New Latin -istaRelated formsU·tra·quism, noun Examples from the Web for utraquist Historical Examples of utraquist
In Michael Bradacius, a Utraquist priest, they found a faithful pastor.
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He died in 1451 as administrator of the consistory of the Utraquist Church.
His authority was recognized by the Utraquist nobles, the citizens of Prague, and the more moderate Taborites, including Žižka.
Many Hussites, particularly the Utraquist clergy, were also in favour of peace.
Born a member of the Utraquist Church, he joined the Unity at the age of twenty-four.