Definition of Julian of Norwich in English:

Julian of Norwich

Pronunciation /ˈjo͞olyən/ /ˈdʒuljən/ /ˈjo͞olēən əv/ /ˈdʒuliən əv/ /ə ˈnôr(w)iCH/ /ə ˈnɔr(w)ɪtʃ/ /ˈnôrij/ /ˈnɔrɪdʒ/

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proper noun

  • (c.1342–c.1413), English mystic. She is said to have lived as a recluse outside St. Julian's Church in Norwich and is chiefly associated with the Revelations of Divine Love (c.1393), a description of a series of visions.