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Date: 1500-1600
Language: Late Latin
Origin: , present participle of itinerari 'to go on a journey', from iter 'journey'

itinerant

adjective
     
i‧tin‧e‧rant [only before noun] formal
travelling from place to place, especially to work:
itinerant labourers
itinerant noun C

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