Etymology
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pilgrimage (n.)

late 13c., pelrimage, "act of journeying through a strange country to a holy place, long journey undertaken by a pilgrim;" from pilgrim + -age and also from Anglo-French pilrymage, Old French pelrimage, pelerinage "pilgrimage, distant journey, crusade," from peleriner "to go on a pilgrimage." Modern spelling is from early 14c. Figurative sense of "the journey of life" is by mid-14c.

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Definitions of pilgrimage

pilgrimage (n.)
a journey to a sacred place;
Synonyms: pilgrim's journey
From wordnet.princeton.edu

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