Definition of wayfare in English:

wayfare

noun

rare, archaic
  • 1Wayfaring, travelling.

  • 2Poetic. Guidance in travel. rare.

verb

rare, archaic
  • no object To travel, especially on foot.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in Morte Arthure. From way + fare, after wayfaring<br>mid 16th century. From way + fare, after wayfaring.

Pronunciation

wayfare

/ˈweɪfɛː/