KJV Dictionary Definition: sojourn


SOJOURN, v.i. so'jurn. To dwell for a time; to dwell or live in a place as a temporary resident, or as a stranger, not considering the place as his permanent habitation. So Abram sojourned in Egypt. Gen. 12.


SO'JOURNER, n. A temporary resident; a stranger or traveler who dwells in a place for a time. We are strangers before thee and sojourners, as all out father were. I Chron. 29.


SO'JOURNING, ppr. Dwelling for a time.

SO'JOURNING, n. The act of dwelling in a place for a time; also, the time of abode. Ex. 12.


SO'JOURNMENT, n. Temporary residence, as that of a stanger or traveler.