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no·mad

 (nō′măd′)
n.
1. A member of a group of people who have no fixed home and move according to the seasons from place to place in search of food, water, and grazing land.
2. A person with no fixed residence who roams about; a wanderer.

[French nomade, from Latin nomas, nomad-, from Greek nomas, wandering in search of pasture; see nem- in Indo-European roots.]

no·mad′ic adj.
no·mad′i·cal·ly adv.
no′mad′ism n.

nomadic

(nəʊˈmædɪk)
adj
relating to or characteristic of nomads or their way of life
noˈmadically adv

no•mad•ic

(noʊˈmæd ɪk)

adj.
of, pertaining to, or characteristic of nomads: a nomadic people.
[1810–20; < Greek nomadikós. See nomad, -ic]
no•mad′i•cal•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.nomadic - migratory; "a restless mobile society"; "the nomadic habits of the Bedouins"; "believed the profession of a peregrine typist would have a happy future"; "wandering tribes"
unsettled - not settled or established; "an unsettled lifestyle"

nomadic

adjective wandering, travelling, roaming, migrant, roving, itinerant, migratory, vagrant, peripatetic the nomadic tribes of the Western Sahara

nomadic

adjective
Leading the life of a person without a fixed domicile; moving from place to place:
Translations
مُتَرَحِّل
kočovnýkočující
hirîingja-
kočovný
göçebelere ait

nomadic

[nəʊˈmædɪk] ADJnómada

nomadic

[nəʊˈmædɪk] adjnomadeno-man's land [ˈnəʊmænzlænd] n
(in battle)no man's land m
(= wasteland) → terrain m vague
(= indefinite area) → zone f mal définie

nomadic

adjnomadisch, Nomaden-; nomadic tribeNomadenstamm m; nomadic lifestyleNomadenleben nt

nomadic

[nəʊˈmædɪk] adjnomade

nomad

(ˈnəumӕd) noun
one of a group of people with no permanent home who travel about with their sheep, cattle etc. Many of the people of central Asia are nomads.
noˈmadic adjective
noˈmadically adverb

nomadic

a. nómada, errante.
References in classic literature ?
The carriages in the streets are few, and other late sounds in that neighbourhood there are none, unless a man so very nomadically drunk as to stray into the frigid zone goes brawling and bellowing along the pavement.
Coming from impoverished post-war Naples (though she also spent part of her childhood in Libya), lacking formal schooling, moving nomadically from place to place throughout her life, and upending gender rules by refusing to marry, Ortese (who died in 1998), experienced a metaphoric and literal condition of exilic marginality that influenced what she wrote and how she wrote it.
The "variation" and "expansion" Deleuze and Guattari describe as constitutive of the rhizome seem to have overtaken the composition of the novel-to-be and nomadically expanded the extent of the burrow bodied in Invisible Man past containment.
The provocative gestures and actions of the young bunker residents decoded and deterritorialized the official survival island and moved it nomadically toward a place of a transient festival and dream.
For years we had talked about living minimally or nomadically, but we weren't sure we could actually do it.
Which is to conclude, with Nocek, that "to say that wet-life synthesis testifies to non-organic life is to say that we have posed the Whiteheadian problem for ourselves: to experience experiments on the chemical universe nomadically through imaginative construction.
Brandy Leary: I am a dancer, choreographer, feminist, ritual and pop culture researcher, community activator, collaborator, activist, curator, educator and space maker working in Toronto and nomadically in Europe, US and India.
Intelligence suggests that AY is a "professional extremist" who maintains links to many, distinct Islamist groups - nomadically dedicated to spreading global jihad rather than committing himself exclusively to one particular organisation.
His early years, spent nomadically, in different states of India where his father, an engineer with the armed forces, was posted, helped him to learn the value of rules and a regimented existence.
Cogswell's other favorite birds to run across are vagrants that nomadically roam to and from locations they shouldn't be visiting.
By using this cycle for several generations--moving from one site to another at random--it will be possible to train the slowly re-wilding population to move nomadically and not rely on any one site annually.
Instead, they are back in the bus and back to Pittodrie because the Aberdeen squad are forced to traipse nomadically around town to find a decent patch of grass to train on.