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JOURNEY, noun jur'ny. [Latin diurnus, dies.]

1. The travel of a day.

2. Travel by land to any distance and for any time, indefinitely; as a journey from London to Paris, or to Rome; a journey to visit a brother; a week's journey; we made two journeys to Philadelphia.

3. Passage form one place to another; as a long journey from the upper regions.

4. It may sometimes include a passing by water.

JOURNEY, verb intransitive jur'ny. To travel form place to place; to pass from home to a distance.

Abram journeyed, going on still towards the south. Genesis 12:9.