Definition of peramble in English:

peramble

(also paramble, perramble)

noun

rare
  • 1English regional (chiefly northern and Lincolnshire). A long rambling tale or speech.

  • 2A walk, a ramble; a short excursion with no particular route or aim. rare.

verb

English Regional, Lincolnshire, Scottish
  • no object To wander or ramble in speaking. Now English regional (Lincolnshire).

Origin

Late Middle English (in an earlier sense). Originally from either classical Latin perambulāre perambulate or post-classical Latin perambulatorium perambulatory, with the ending probably altered after amble. In later use directly from peramble<br>late 15th century (in an earlier sense). From classical Latin perambulāre perambulate, with the ending probably altered after amble. Compare Middle French parambuler, perambuler.

Pronunciation

peramble

/pəˈrambl/