peregrination n : travel (especially by foot)
EtymologyEither from pérégrination "pilgrimage", or directly from the peregrīnātiō "journey", from peregrīnor "sojourn"
- Rhymes with: -eɪʃǝn
Peregrinatio (sometimes anglicized as Peregrination) is the Latin word for pilgrimage.
It also specifically refers to:
It occurs as or in the title of several notable texts:
- a Peregrinatio describing the liturgical order as practised at Jerusalem, dating probably from the 4th century
- Peregrinatio in terram sanctam, an uncunable work by the Dutch author Erhard_Reuwich
- Peregrinatio Etheriae or Peregrinatio Silviae, another pilgrim to the Holy Land's account in a long letter home
- Peregrinatio Scholastica, or Learning's Pilgrimage, a collection of 22 morall Tractes written by the English dramatist John Day