[ahy-tin-er-uh nt, ih-tin-] /aɪˈtɪn ər ənt, ɪˈtɪn-/
traveling from place to place, especially on a circuit, as a minister, judge, or sales representative; ; journeying.
characterized by such traveling:
working in one place for a comparatively short time and then moving on to work in another place, usually as a physical or outdoor laborer; characterized by alternating periods of working and wandering:
an itinerant farm hand.
a person who alternates between working and wandering.
a person who travels from place to place, especially for duty or business.
working for a short time in various places, esp as a casual labourer
an itinerant worker or other person
1560s (attested in Anglo-Latin from late 13c.), from Late Latin itinerantem (nominative itinerans), present participle of itinerare “to travel,” from Latin iter (genitive itineris) “journey,” from ire “go” (see ion). Originally in reference to circuit courts.
[ahy-tin-uh-rair-ee-uh m, ih-tin-] /aɪˌtɪn əˈrɛər i əm, ɪˌtɪn-/ noun, plural itineraria [ahy-tin-uh-uh-rair-ee-uh, ih-tin-] /aɪˌtɪn ə əˈrɛər i ə, ɪˌtɪn-/ (Show IPA), itinerariums. Roman Catholic Church. 1. a prayer in the breviary, used by a priest about to begin a journey.
[ahy-tin-uh-rer-ee, ih-tin-] /aɪˈtɪn əˈrɛr i, ɪˈtɪn-/ noun, plural itineraries. 1. a detailed plan for a journey, especially a list of places to visit; plan of travel. 2. a line of travel; route. 3. an account of a journey; record of travel. 4. a book describing a route or routes of travel with information helpful to […]
[ahy-tin-uh-reyt, ih-tin-] /aɪˈtɪn əˌreɪt, ɪˈtɪn-/ verb (used without object), itinerated, itinerating. 1. to go from place to place, especially in a regular circuit, as a preacher or judge. /aɪˈtɪnəˌreɪt; ɪ-/ verb 1. (intransitive) to travel from place to place v. c.1600, from Late Latin itineratus, past participle of itinerare “to travel” (see itinerant). Especially “to […]