(comparative more errantly, superlative most errantly)
- In an errant manner.
Variant of errant
- roving or wandering, esp. in search of adventure; itinerant: a knight-errant
Origin of errantOFr, prp. of errer (see err), confused with errer, to rove, travel erring or straying from what is right or the right course
- shifting about: an errant wind
- Obsolete arrant
Origin of errantMiddle English erraunt ; from Old French errant, present participle of errer ; from Medieval Latin iterare, to travel ; from Classical Latin iter, a journey: see itinerant