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bōt ulfr / WULF > BótulfR
This name derives from the Old Norse “BótulfR,” composed of two elements: “bōt” (advantage, benefit, profit, relief, salvation, remedy, atonement, amends, expiation) plus “ulfr” (wolf). In turn, the name means “one who takes benefits and remedies from wolves.” 1) Botwulf of Thorney was an English abbot and saint. He is the patron saint of travelers and the various aspects of farming. His feast day is celebrated either on 17 June (England) or 25 June (Scotland), and his translation falls on 1 December. 2) Botulf Botulfsson († 1311), from Gottröra, Uppland, was a Swedish man burned at stake for heresy. His is the only confirmed case of execution for apostasy in Sweden. The Catholic Church of heresy accused him after having denied that the wine and bread of the communion was the blood and body of Christ.


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