Definition of peregrinity in US English:

peregrinity

noun

  • 1Foreignness in style, fashion, dialect, etc.; strangeness, outlandishness. Now rare.

  • 2The condition or quality of being a foreigner or (resident) alien; (Roman Law) the condition of being a peregrine. Now rare.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Giles Fletcher. From (i) Middle French, French pérégrinité strange or foreign thing, foreignness.

Pronunciation

peregrinity

/pɛrɪˈɡrɪnɪti/