Thursday, December 17, 2009

Peregrination

per⋅e⋅gri⋅na⋅tion [per-i-gruh-ney-shuhn]

–noun
1. travel from one place to another, esp. on foot.
2. a course of travel; journey.

Origin:
1425–75; late ME peregrinacioun (< MF peregrinacion) < L peregrīnātiōn- (s. of peregrīnātiō) a traveling abroad. See peregrinate, -ion

Synonyms:
1, 2. trip, excursion, expedition.


One of the peculiarities I appreciate and find particularly appealing in poets of prominence is their propensity toward propagation of praiseworthy words and p-phrases.  [Alliteration does not come easily to me, so I switched over to consonance.]

Thanks for the word, sir <3