Origin of peregrinate; from Classical Latin peregrinatus, past participle of peregrinari ; from peregrinus: see pilgrim
verbper·e·gri·nat·ed, per·e·gri·nat·ing, per·e·gri·nates
Origin of peregrinateLatin peregr&imacron;nar&imacron;, peregr&imacron;nat-, from peregr&imacron;nus, foreigner; see peregrine.
(third-person singular simple present peregrinates, present participle peregrinating, simple past and past participle peregrinated)
- (intransitive) To travel from place to place, or from one country to another, especially on foot; hence, to sojourn in foreign countries.
- To travel through a specific place.
(comparative more peregrinate, superlative most peregrinate)
Latin peregrinatus (“having travelled abroad"), past participle of peregrinari.