Definitions for "PILGRIM"
A traveler that is taken seriously. A Pilgrim Father was one who, leaving Europe in 1620 because not permitted to sing psalms through his nose, followed it to Massachusetts, where he could personate God according to the dictates of his conscience.
A wayfarer; a wanderer; a traveler; a stranger.
One who travels far, or in strange lands, to visit some holy place or shrine as a devotee; as, a pilgrim to Loretto; Canterbury pilgrims. See Palmer.
Pilgrim is a novel by Timothy Findley, first published by Harper Flamingo in Canada in 1999. The first US edition was published by Harper Collins in 2000. The novel is typical of Findley's interest in Jungian psychology; in fact, Carl Jung himself is a major character.
In the feature film Wing Commander, based on the computer games of the same name, the Pilgrims were a fictional ethnic group. The Pilgrims were created specifically for the film and do not appear in any of the Wing Commander game series, though they appear in two novels based on the film and a proposed but unmade sequel.
Pilgrim is the 1998 fantasy novel by Australilan author Sara Douglass. First published in Australia as part of the "Wayfarer Redemption" duel series.
Pilgrim is a rock album by Eric Clapton released in 1998. The album was recorded at Olympic Studio in London. Also, Neon Genesis Evangelion character designer Yoshiyuki Sadamoto designed the cover of the album.
Pilgrim is the fourth album by Graham Bowers avant-garde British composer. Released in April 1999, sub-titled ‘A prelude to Pilgrim’s Progress’ it was intended to be the first in a new series of works, however due to a serious accident on-going works were unavoidably put on hold, and after a long period of recovery, work has now commenced and a new work is scheduled for release early 2007.
Keywords:  brig, dana, voyage, wrote, richard
The Pilgrim was a sailing brig (180 tons, 86.5 feet long) engaged in the California hide trade of the early 19th century. Although just one among many other ships engaged in the business, the Pilgrim was immortalized by one of her sailors, Richard Henry Dana, Jr., who wrote the classic account Two Years Before the Mast about its 1834 voyage between Boston and California.
a term of contempt to describe someone new to the mountains. Much the same as "greenhorn" or "flatlander".
a different kind of person
a person absolutely powerless
Keywords:  pertaining, making
Of or pertaining to a pilgrim, or pilgrims; making pilgrimages.
Keywords:  foreign, country, land, own, his
a person out of his own country, in a foreign land