Christian Cyclopedia

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(ca. 950–1022). “Labeo” (Lat. “one who has large lips,” from labia, “lip”); “Teutonicus” (“the German”); b. Thurgau, Switz.; monk at monastery of St. Gall (see Gall). Tr. Lat. classics and other writings into Ger.; helped fix the form of the Ger. language.

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