William Lily (or Lilye) (c. 1468 – 25 February 1522) was an English classical grammarian and scholar. He was an author of the most widely used Latin grammar textbook in England and was the first headmaster of St Paul's School, London.

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... At Colet's command, this book was written by William Lily, a man of no ordinary skill, a wonderful craftsman in the instruction of boys ... When he had completed his work, it was handed over to, nay rather thrust upon, me for emendation ...