traveler

[trav-uh-ler, trav-ler]

noun


Nearby words

  1. travel time,
  2. travel trailer,
  3. travel-sick,
  4. travelator,
  5. traveled,
  6. traveler's check,
  7. traveler's-joy,
  8. traveler's-tree,
  9. travelers' diarrhea,
  10. traveling

Also especially British, trav·el·ler.

Origin of traveler

First recorded in 1325–75, traveler is from the Middle English word travaillour. See travel, -er1

Related formsnon·trav·el·er, noun

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Word Origin and History for traveler

traveler

n.

also traveller, late 14c., agent noun from travel (v.).

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