n. A way beaten or trodden by the feet of men or beasts; a track formed incidentally by passage or traffic between places rather than expressly made to accommodate traffic; a narrow or unimportant road; a footway; hence, in a more general sense, any road, way, or route.n. The way, course, or track which an animal or any other thing follows in the air, in water, or in space: as, the path of a fish in the sea or of a bird in the air; the path of a planet or comet; the path of a meteor.n. Figuratively, course in life; course of action, conduct, or procedure.n. Synonyms and Track, Trail, etc. See way.To tread; walk or go in; follow.To mark out a path for; guide.To pave.To go as in a path; walk abroad.[Some commentators, instead of path, suggest hadst, march, put, pass, or pace.]n. Abbreviations of pathology, pathological.