wayfaring

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle English wayferande, weyverinde, wayverinde, from Old English weġfarende, weġfērende (wayfaring), equvialent to way +‎ faring. Cognate with Icelandic vegfarandi. More at wayfare.

Adjective[edit]

wayfaring (not comparable)

  1. Travelling, especially on foot.
  2. Peripatetic.

Noun[edit]

wayfaring (countable and uncountable, plural wayfarings)

  1. Travel, especially on foot.

Verb[edit]

wayfaring

  1. Present participle of wayfare.