[ahy-tin-uh-rair-ee-uh m, ih-tin-]
- a prayer in the breviary, used by a priest about to begin a journey.
Origin of itinerarium
1700–10; < Medieval Latin itinerārium; see itinerary
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Examples from the Web for itinerarium
Giraldus Cambrensis describes them in his Itinerarium Cambriae, 2, 6, p. 865.
His account of how he came to write his famous little Itinerarium mentis in Deum is full of temperament.
Therefore may we not follow sympathetically the Itinerarium of Bonaventuras mind as it traces the footprints of its God?
And now the Itinerarium—well, it is best to let Bonaventura tell how he came to compose it, and of its purpose and character.
In 1726 appeared the Itinerarium Septentrionale, his greatest and best-known work.