Definitions for itinerantaɪˈtɪn ər ənt, ɪˈtɪn-
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itinerant, gypsy, gipsy(adj)
a laborer who moves from place to place as demanded by employment
traveling from place to place to work
"itinerant labor"; "an itinerant judge"
One who travels from place to place.
a member of the Travelling Community, whether settled or not.
Habitually travelling from place to place.
Origin: From itinerans, present active participle of itineror.
passing or traveling about a country; going or preaching on a circuit; wandering; not settled; as, an itinerant preacher; an itinerant peddler
one who travels from place to place, particularly a preacher; one who is unsettled
Origin: [LL. itinerans, -antis, p. pr. of itinerare to make a journey, fr. L. iter, itineris, a walk, way, journey. See Errant, Issue.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
ī-tin′er-ant, adj. making journeys from place to place: travelling.—n. one who travels from place to place, esp. a Methodist preacher: a wanderer.—ns. Itin′eracy, Itin′erancy.—adv. Itin′erantly.—adj. Itin′erary, travelling: done on a journey.—n. a book of travels: a guide-book for travellers: a rough sketch and description of the country through which troops are to march.—v.i. Itin′erāte, to travel from place to place, esp. for the purpose of preaching or lecturing. [L. itinerans, -antis, part. of itinerāri-, -atus, to travel—L. iter, itineris, a journey—īre, ītum, to go.]
The numerical value of itinerant in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of itinerant in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
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