[lid-geyt, -git] /ˈlɪdˌgeɪt, -gɪt/

John, c1370–1451? English monk, poet, and translator.
John. ?1370–?1450, English poet and monk. His vast output includes devotional works and translations, such as that of a French version of Boccaccio’s The Fall of Princes (1430–38)


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