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Pilgrim

noun [C]  /ˈpɪl·ɡrəm/ us  
US history a member of the group of English people who sailed to America and began living in Plymouth, Massachusetts, in 1620
Translations of “Pilgrim”
in Korean 순례자…
in Arabic حاجّ…
in French pèlerin/-ine…
in Turkish hacı…
in Italian pellegrino, -a…
in Chinese (Traditional) 朝聖者,香客…
in Russian паломник…
in Polish pielgrzym…
in Spanish peregrino…
in Portuguese peregrino, -a…
in German der/die Pilger(in)…
in Catalan pelegrí, -ina…
in Japanese 巡礼者…
in Chinese (Simplified) 朝圣者,香客…
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