itinerarium

noun itin·er·ar·i·um \ (ˌ)īˌtinəˈra(a)rēəm , ə̇ˌt- \
variants: or itinerary

Definition of itinerarium

plural itineraria or itinerariums or itineraries
:a prayer given in the Roman Catholic breviary that is used for a person who is about to travel

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Origin and Etymology of itinerarium

Medieval Latin itinerarium (also, account of a journey, itinerary), from Late Latin


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