journey

[ jur-nee ]
/ ˈdʒɜr ni /

noun, plural jour·neys.

a traveling from one place to another, usually taking a rather long time; trip: a six-day journey across the desert.
a distance, course, or area traveled or suitable for traveling: a desert journey.
a period of travel: a week's journey.
passage or progress from one stage to another: the journey to success.

verb (used without object), jour·neyed, jour·ney·ing.

to make a journey; travel.

Origin of journey

1175–1225; Middle English journee day < Old French < Vulgar Latin *diurnāta a day's time, day's work, etc., equivalent to Latin diurn(us) daily + -āta, feminine of -ātus -ate1; see -ade1
SYNONYMS FOR journey
5 roam, rove; peregrinate.
Related formsjour·ney·er, nounout·jour·ney, verb (used with object), out·jour·neyed, out·jour·ney·ing.
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journey

/ (ˈdʒɜːnɪ) /

noun

a travelling from one place to another; trip or voyage
  1. the distance travelled in a journey
  2. the time taken to make a journey

verb

(intr) to make a journey
Derived Formsjourneyer, noun

Word Origin for journey

C13: from Old French journee a day, a day's travelling, from Latin diurnum day's portion; see diurnal
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