AskDefine | Define wayfaring

The Collaborative Dictionary

Wayfaring \Way"far`ing\, a. Traveling; passing; being on a journey. "A wayfaring man." --Judg. xix.
[1913 Webster] Wayfaring tree (Bot.), a European shrub (Viburnum lantana) having large ovate leaves and dense cymes of small white flowers. American wayfaring tree (Bot.), the (Viburnum lantanoides). [1913 Webster]

Word Net

wayfaring adj : traveling especially on foot; "peripatetic country preachers"; "a poor wayfaring stranger" [syn: peripatetic]

English

Adjective

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

Noun

  1. Travel, especially on foot.

Verb

wayfaring
  1. present participle of wayfare
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