Definición de pilgrim en inglés:

pilgrim

Saltos de línea: pil|grim
Pronunciación: /ˈpɪlgrɪm
 
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sustantivo

  • 1A person who journeys to a sacred place for religious reasons.
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    • For Goddess pilgrims, as for orthodox religious pilgrims, the sacred place is a place of power which can work upon the pilgrim at various levels of their being.
    • Nonetheless, pilgrims of whatever religious belief often find the hike to be one of the most spiritually meaningful events of their lives.
    • Along the way Clark relates the stories of 11th-century religious pilgrims alongside her contemporary journey of rediscovery.
    Sinónimos
    visitor to a shrine, worshipper, devotee, believer, traveller, wayfarer, crusader; Islam haji, alhaji
    historical palmer
  • 1.1A person travelling to a place of particular personal interest: thousands of pilgrims converged in Memphis for the 16th anniversary of Presley’s death
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    • Literary pilgrims will find a plaque on the wall commemorating their time there.
  • 1.2chiefly • literary A person regarded as journeying through life: we should recognize our status as mere pilgrims in this world
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    • Ivan Illich is both a pilgrim and an intellectual pioneer.
  • 2 (usually Pilgrim) A member of the Pilgrim Fathers.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • This is a monument dedicated in 1910 to commemorate the first landing of the Pilgrims in 1620 at Provincetown, where they wrote and signed the Mayflower Compact.
    • The Geneva Bible is the version that would have been most familiar to the older generation of Pilgrims.

verbo (pilgrims, pilgriming, pilgrimed)

[no object, with adverbial of direction] archaic Volver al principio  
  • Travel or wander like a pilgrim: he pilgrimed to his old sporting places
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    • On Sunday night I pilgrimed to Dundas to see Pernell Goodyear and the Freeway with Darryl and Charlene Dash.
    • I think I have to pilgrim to Urbanville, but not til the semester's over.
    • The cobbled streets aged from the many feet that pilgrim to the popular spot.

Derivativos

pilgrimize

(also pilgrimise) verbo ( • archaic )
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  • The Guoqing Temple, the ancestral temple of Tiantai-sect of the Japanese and Korean Buddhism, is where over 3.00 million Tiantai-sect Buddhists in Japan, South Korea and Southeast Asia pilgrimize.
  • Indian and Nepali citizens holding ordinary passport should join a pilgrimage group if planning to pilgrimize in Tibet.

Origen

Middle English: from Provençal pelegrin, from Latin peregrinus 'foreign' (see peregrine).

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