pilgrim

  • 1Pilgrim — ist der Name folgender Personen: Pilgrim von Passau (971–991), Bischof Pilgrim von Köln (?–1036), Erzbischof Pilgrim I. von Aquileia, Patriarch von Aquileia (Spanheimer Herkunft nicht gesichert) Pilgrim (Michaelbeuern), Abt von Michaelbeuern… …

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  • 2Pilgrim — Студийный альбо …

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  • 3Pilgrim — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Pilgrim Álbum de Eric Clapton Publicación 10 de marzo de 1998 Grabación 1997 …

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  • 4Pilgrim I. — Pilgrim I. († 8. Oktober 923), wohl aus dem Adelsgeschlecht der Aribonen, war ein Salzburger Erzbischof und Abt des Stiftes St. Peter im 10. Jahrhundert. Leben Pilgrims Regentschaft begann unter schwierigen Bedingungen. Während seine Vorgänger… …

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  • 5Pilgrim — Pil grim, a. Of or pertaining to a pilgrim, or pilgrims; making pilgrimages. With pilgrim steps. Milton. [1913 Webster] {Pilgrim fathers}, a name popularly given to the one hundred and two English colonists who landed from the Mayflower and made… …

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  • 6Pilgrim — Pil grim, n. [OE. pilgrim, pelgrim, pilegrim, pelegrim; cf. D. pelgrim, OHG. piligr[=i]m, G. pilger, F. p[ e]lerin, It. pellegrino; all fr. L. peregrinus a foreigner, fr. pereger abroad; per through + ager land, field. See {Per }, and {Acre}, and …

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  • 7pilgrim — (n.) c.1200, pilegrim, from O.Fr. pelegrin (11c.), from L. peregrinus foreigner, from peregre (adv.) from abroad, from per beyond + agri, locative case of ager country (see ACRE (Cf. acre)). Change of first r to …

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  • 8Pilgrim — Pil grim, v. i. To journey; to wander; to ramble. [R.] Grew. Carlyle. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 9Pilgrim — Pilgrim, so v.w. Pilger …

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  • 10Pilgrim — Pilgrim, soviel wie Pilger …

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  • 11Pilgrim — Pilgrim, Fathers …

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  • 12Pilgrim — Pilgrim,der:⇨Pilger(1) …

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  • 13pilgrim — ► NOUN ▪ a person who journeys to a sacred place for religious reasons. ORIGIN Provençal pelegrin, from Latin peregrinus foreign ; related to PEREGRINE(Cf. ↑peregrine) …

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  • 14pilgrim — [pil′grəm] n. [ME pelegrim < OFr pelegrin < LL(Ec) pelegrinus < L peregrinus, foreigner < peregre, from abroad < per, through + ager, field, country: see ACRE] 1. a person who travels about; wanderer 2. a person who travels to a… …

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  • 15Pilgrim — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Pilgrim qui signifie pèlerin en anglais peut faire référence à : En Musique Pilgrim (1973) de Larry Gatlin Pilgrim (1989) de Barry McGuire Pilgrim… …

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  • 16Pilgrim — A pilgrim is one who undertakes a pilgrimage, literally far afield . This is traditionally a visit to a place of some religious or historic significance; often a considerable distance is traveled. Examples include a Christian or Jew visiting… …

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  • 17pilgrim —    In the Christian world pilgrims were commonly met travellers in medieval times. In modern times it is Roman Catholics, especially, who make pilgrimages to holy places such as Lourdes, though they are not thereafter addressed as pilgrim. The… …

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  • 18Pilgrim — Recorded in a bewildering variety of surname spellings including Paragreen, Pelerin, Pigram, Piegrome, Pigeram, Piggrem, Peggram, Peagram, Pilgrim and many others, this is an English surname. It originates though from the Old French word pelegrin …

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  • 19pilgrim — UK [ˈpɪlɡrɪm] / US noun [countable] Word forms pilgrim : singular pilgrim plural pilgrims 1) a) someone who travels to a holy place that is important in their religion b) someone who visits a place because it is connected with someone or… …

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  • 20Pilgrim — 1. Übernamen zu mhd. bilgerm, pilgern (<lat. peregrnus »fremd«, mlat. pelegrnus »Fremder, Pilger«) »Pilger, Kreuzfahrer«. 2. Aus dem gleich bedeutenden alten Rufnamen Pilgrim hervorgegangene Familiennamen. Bischof Pilgrim von Passau (10.Jh.)… …

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