Some articles on wandering:
... studying the movements of albatrosses, especially Wandering Albatrosses, Diomedea exulans ... Satellite tracking of the Wandering Albatross, Diomedea exulans, around Australia and in the Indian Ocean ... Weather systems determine the non-breeding distribution of Wandering Albatrosses over southern oceans ...
... It is one of several plants known by the common name Wandering Jew ... It is also known as River Spiderwort, Small-Leaf Spiderwort, Inch Plant, Wandering Trad, Wandering Willie and Wandering Gypsy ...
... Girl Meets Girl) Herbert Garrison Hiroyuki Yoshida (Wandering Son) Iphis Jane (—All_You_Zombies—) Kizuna Aikawa (Prunus Girl) The Looming Fog Lord Fanny Moira ...
... As they went dancing a wandering tribe passed through and they welcomed them ... And at the morning, the wandering tribe and our tribe saw that they were missing ... And every now and again she might call a wandering man to her, thinking that it's Dyga ...
... It is translated by English sources as "(The) Wandering Songstress", "Singing Girl", "The Songstress of the World", "The Wandering Singer", "Singer at the Sky Edge", and "Singing ... This song is also called "The Wandering Song" (Chinese 天涯歌 Pinyin Tiānyá gē) ... More recently, "The Wandering Songstress" was used in Ang Lee's 2007 film Lust, Caution, this time sung by Tang Wei, in the role of Wong Chia Chi ...
More definitions of "wandering":
- (adj): (of groups of people) tending to travel and change settlements frequently.
Example: "Wandering tribes"
Synonyms: mobile, nomadic, peregrine, roving
- (adj): Of a path e.g..
Example: "The river followed its wandering course"
Synonyms: meandering, rambling, winding
Famous quotes containing the word wandering:
“If men must beg to live,
May the Creator also go wandering and perish.”
—Tiruvalluvar (c. 5th century A.D.)
“It is a thorny undertaking, and more so than it seems, to follow a movement so wandering as that of our mind, to penetrate the opaque depths of its innermost folds, to pick out and immobilize the innumerable flutterings that agitate it. And it is a new and extraordinary amusement, which withdraws us from the ordinary occupations of the world, yes, even from those most recommended.”
—Michel de Montaigne (15331592)
“Some natural tears they dropped, but wiped them soon;
The world was all before them, where to choose
Their place of rest, and Providence their guide;
They, hand in hand, with wandering steps and slow
Through Eden took their solitary way.”
—John Milton (16081674)