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pil·grim·age

 (pĭl′grə-mĭj)
n.
1. A journey to a sacred place or shrine.
2. A long journey or search, especially one of exalted purpose or moral significance.
intr.v. pil·grim·aged, pil·grim·ag·ing, pil·grim·ag·es
To go on a pilgrimage.

pilgrimage

(ˈpɪlɡrɪmɪdʒ)
n
1. a journey to a shrine or other sacred place
2. a journey or long search made for exalted or sentimental reasons
vb
(intr) to make a pilgrimage

pil•grim•age

(ˈpɪl grə mɪdʒ)

n.
1. a journey, esp. a long one, made to some sacred place as an act of religious devotion.
2. any long journey, esp. one undertaken as a quest or act of devotion.
[1200–50; Middle English pilegrimage; replacing earlier pelrimage, alter. of Old French pelerinage]

pilgrimage


Past participle: pilgrimaged
Gerund: pilgrimaging

Imperative
pilgrimage
pilgrimage
Present
I pilgrimage
you pilgrimage
he/she/it pilgrimages
we pilgrimage
you pilgrimage
they pilgrimage
Preterite
I pilgrimaged
you pilgrimaged
he/she/it pilgrimaged
we pilgrimaged
you pilgrimaged
they pilgrimaged
Present Continuous
I am pilgrimaging
you are pilgrimaging
he/she/it is pilgrimaging
we are pilgrimaging
you are pilgrimaging
they are pilgrimaging
Present Perfect
I have pilgrimaged
you have pilgrimaged
he/she/it has pilgrimaged
we have pilgrimaged
you have pilgrimaged
they have pilgrimaged
Past Continuous
I was pilgrimaging
you were pilgrimaging
he/she/it was pilgrimaging
we were pilgrimaging
you were pilgrimaging
they were pilgrimaging
Past Perfect
I had pilgrimaged
you had pilgrimaged
he/she/it had pilgrimaged
we had pilgrimaged
you had pilgrimaged
they had pilgrimaged
Future
I will pilgrimage
you will pilgrimage
he/she/it will pilgrimage
we will pilgrimage
you will pilgrimage
they will pilgrimage
Future Perfect
I will have pilgrimaged
you will have pilgrimaged
he/she/it will have pilgrimaged
we will have pilgrimaged
you will have pilgrimaged
they will have pilgrimaged
Future Continuous
I will be pilgrimaging
you will be pilgrimaging
he/she/it will be pilgrimaging
we will be pilgrimaging
you will be pilgrimaging
they will be pilgrimaging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been pilgrimaging
you have been pilgrimaging
he/she/it has been pilgrimaging
we have been pilgrimaging
you have been pilgrimaging
they have been pilgrimaging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been pilgrimaging
you will have been pilgrimaging
he/she/it will have been pilgrimaging
we will have been pilgrimaging
you will have been pilgrimaging
they will have been pilgrimaging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been pilgrimaging
you had been pilgrimaging
he/she/it had been pilgrimaging
we had been pilgrimaging
you had been pilgrimaging
they had been pilgrimaging
Conditional
I would pilgrimage
you would pilgrimage
he/she/it would pilgrimage
we would pilgrimage
you would pilgrimage
they would pilgrimage
Past Conditional
I would have pilgrimaged
you would have pilgrimaged
he/she/it would have pilgrimaged
we would have pilgrimaged
you would have pilgrimaged
they would have pilgrimaged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pilgrimage - a journey to a sacred placepilgrimage - a journey to a sacred place    
journey, journeying - the act of traveling from one place to another
hadj, haj, hajj - the fifth pillar of Islam is a pilgrimage to Mecca during the month of Dhu al-Hijja; at least once in a lifetime a Muslim is expected to make a religious journey to Mecca and the Kaaba; "for a Muslim the hajj is the ultimate act of worship"

pilgrimage

noun journey, tour, trip, mission, expedition, crusade, excursion, hajj (Islam) a pilgrimage to the Catholic shrine at Lourdes

pilgrimage

noun
A journey undertaken with a specific objective:
Translations
حَجحَجّ
pouť
pilgrimsrejse
pyhiinvaelluspyhiinvaellusmatkatoiviomatka
hodočašće
zarándoklat
pílagrímsferî
巡礼の旅
순례
pilegrimsferdpilgrimsferdvalfart
púť
romanje
pilgrimsfärd
การเดินทางเพื่อไปแสวงบุญ
hachac yolculuğu
đoàn hành hương

pilgrimage

[ˈpɪlgrɪmɪdʒ] Nperegrinación f
to go on a pilgrimage; make a pilgrimage (to)ir de peregrinación (a)

pilgrimage

[ˈpɪlgrɪmɪdʒ] n
(to holy place)pèlerinage m
a pilgrimage to Mecca → un pèlerinage à la Mecque
to go on a pilgrimage to → aller en pèlerinage à
to make a pilgrimage to → faire un pèlerinage à pilgrimage site
(to place of personal importance)pèlerinage m
His father took him on a sentimental pilgrimage to Ireland → Son père l'emmena en Irlande pour un pèlerinage sentimental.pilgrimage site nlieu m de pèlerinagePilgrim Fathers npl
the Pilgrim Fathers → les Pères mpl pèlerins, les pèlerins mpl

pilgrimage

nWallfahrt f, → Pilgerfahrt f; to go on or make a pilgrimagepilgern, wallfahren, eine Pilger- or Wallfahrt machen; in our pilgrimage through this life (liter)auf unserem langen Weg or unserer langen Reise durch dieses Leben

pilgrimage

[ˈpɪlgrɪmɪdʒ] npellegrinaggio
to go on a pilgrimage → andare in pellegrinaggio

pilgrim

(ˈpilgrim) noun
a person who travels to a holy place. Every year thousands of pilgrims visit Jerusalem.
ˈpilgrimage (-midʒ) noun
a journey to a holy place. She went on a pilgrimage to Lourdes.

pilgrimage

حَجّ pouť pilgrimsrejse Pilgerfahrt προσκύνημα peregrinaje pyhiinvaellus pèlerinage hodočašće pellegrinaggio 巡礼の旅 순례 bedevaart pilegrimsferd pielgrzymka peregrinação паломничество pilgrimsfärd การเดินทางเพื่อไปแสวงบุญ hac đoàn hành hương 朝圣
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