Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Peregrine m. Latin peregrinus 'foreign, strange, alien; pilgrim'.

The name of a 2nd C martyr and a 3rd C saint.

Austria
Latin
c1128 Pilgirimo (abl) UrkStyria 118a, Pilgrimo (abl) ibid. 119b
Czech Republic
Latin
1287 Peregrinus (nom) RTT-1.1 II
Estonia
Middle Low German
1376 Pelegrym BbRT p. 335; 1399 Pelegrym ibid. p. 342
France
Latin
1345 Pilgrimii (gen) CDEM-7.2 624, Pilgrimo (dat) ibid. 624
Germany
Latin
1023 Piligrini (gen) UrkStyria 41; 1036 Pilgrimi (gen) ibid. 49
Early New High German
1404 Pilgreim (nom) mairhofer DCLXXVII; 1407 Pilgriem (nom) ibid. DCLXXXII
Hungary
Latin
1351 Peregrino (abl) CDH-IX-II I
Italy
Latin
1235 Pellegrinus (nom) TirNot1 1a; 1236 Pellegrini (gen) ibid. 8, Pellegrino (abl) ibid. 8, Pellegrinus (nom) ibid. 7; 1261 Pilgrimus (nom) FRA-XXXL 209; 1265x1339 Piligrini (gen) BBC-Berg 143; 1324 Peregrinus (nom) DSF p. 46, 3709; 1326 Pellegrini (gen) Friuli-14thC no. 446, Peregrino (abl) ibid. no. 439; 1366 Pelegrini (gen) Livi 54; 1376 Pelegri (gen) DouGen1 p. 259; 1464 Pelegrinus (nom) CUP-III-I CCXXXI
The Netherlands
Latin
1254 Pelegrimus (nom) GesOIJ-1 p. 294, pilegrimi (gen) ibid. p. 293; 1268 Pelgrinus (nom) ibid. p. 295, pelegrinus (nom) ibid. p. 295; 1284 Pelegrimus (nom) ibid. p. 296; 1288 pelegrimi (gen) ibid. p. 296; 1369 pelerimus (nom) ibid. p. 303; 1373 pelegrimus (nom) ibid. p. 303
Spain
Catalan
1510 Pelegri valencia1510 1052
Cite as: S.L. Uckelman. "Peregrine". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2017, no. 1. http://dmnes.org/2017/1/name/Peregrine.