A caravan en route



  • To be on a journey, often for pleasure or business and with luggage; to go from one place to another.
  • To pass from one place to another; to move or transmit
  • To move illegally by walking or running without dribbling the ball.
  • To travel throughout (a place).
  • To force to journey.
  • To labour; to travail.


  • The act of traveling; passage from place to place.
  • A series of journeys.
  • An account of one's travels.
  • The activity or traffic along a route or through a given point.
  • The working motion of a piece of machinery; the length of a mechanical stroke.
  • Labour; parturition; travail.


Similar words


  • From Middle English travelen ("to make a laborious journey, travel") from , alteration of Middle English travaillen ("to toil, work"), from Old French travailler ("to trouble, suffer, be worn out"). See travail.
  • Displaced native Middle English faren ("to travel, fare") (from Old English faran ("to travel, journey")), Middle English lithen ("to go, travel") (from Old English līþan ("to go, travel")), Middle English feren ("to go, travel") (from Old English fēran ("to go, travel")), Middle English iwalken ("to walk about, travel") (from Old English ġewealcan ("to go, traverse")), Middle English swinken ("to work, travel") (from Old English swincan ("to labour, work at")). More at fare.

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