Wayfare definitions

(archaic) Travel, journeying.
noun
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(intransitive, archaic) To travel; make a journey.
verb
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Origin of wayfare

From Middle English weyfaren, originally in participle form weyfarand, from Old English weġfarende (“wayfaring”), equivalent to way +‎ faring. Cognate with Danish vejfarende (“wayfaring”), Swedish vägfarande, Icelandic vegfarandi (“wayfaring”). More at way, fare.