Thereupon the Buddha prescribed that the monks were to keep ‘Vassa,’ and refrain from peregrination during the rains.
They were contented with the peregrination of daily necessity.
We may now continue our peregrination along the main street.
And where, I ask, would he be more likely to obtain the object of his peregrination, viz.
He straightened himself up, patted his hair, and resumed his peregrination.
I rested for half an hour, and then commenced my peregrination.
In the course of my peregrination, as aunt calls it, I happen'd in to a house where D—— was attending the Lady of the family.
I pray you Lucius tell me the cause of your peregrination hither.
Unluckily, during this peregrination one of the Dutch officers fell under the wheel, and had his thigh broken near the knee.
At last she spoke again, out of the dusk from the corner she had reached in her peregrination.
early 15c., from Old French peregrination "pilgrimage, long absence" (12c.) or directly from Latin peregrinationem (nominative peregrinatio) "a journey, a sojourn abroad," noun of action from past participle stem of peregrinari "to journey or travel abroad," figuratively "to roam about, wander," from peregrinus "from foreign parts, foreigner," from peregre (adv.) "abroad," properly "from abroad, found outside Roman territory," from per- (see per) + agri, locative of ager "field, territory, land, country" (see acre).