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wander pronunciación
verb (wandered , wandering )
1 to walk, move or travel about, with no particular destination; to ramble.
2 to stray or deviate, eg from the right path, or from the point of an argument, etc.
3 said of a stream, etc: to follow a meandering course.
4 said of people or their wits, etc: to become confused, incoherent or irrational, eg in delirium or advanced age.
5 said of one's thoughts, etc: to flit randomly.
noun a ramble or stroll.
[Anglo-Saxon wandrian ]
wanderer noun .
wandering noun , adjective .
wanderingly adverb .


wandering Jew
noun
1 folklore a Jew who was unable to die, condemned to wander until the Day of Judgement, because of an insult made to Christ on the way to the Crucifixion.
2 any of various kinds of trailing or creeping plants.


wanderlust
noun an urge to rove or travel; a desire to move from place to place.
[19c: German, from wandern to travel + Lust desire]


wanderoo
noun (wanderoos )
1 a langur from Sri Lanka.
2 the lion-tailed macaque monkey from the Malabar coast of India.
[17c: from Sinhalese wanderu monkey]


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