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Definition of psalter

Psalter Psal"ter, n. [OE. psauter, sauter, OF. sautier, psaltier, F. psautier, from L. psalterium. See Psaltery.] 1. The Book of Psalms; -- often applied to a book containing the Psalms separately printed. 2. Specifically, the Book of Psalms as printed in the Book of Common Prayer; among the Roman Catholics, the part of the Breviary which contains the Psalms arranged for each day of the week. 3. (R. C. Ch.) A rosary, consisting of a hundred and fifty beads, corresponding to the number of the psalms.

Meaning of psalter from wikipedia

- 'psalters' redirects here. for the musical group, see the psalters. not to be confused with salter. a psalter is a volume containing the book
- the psalter alphabet is an abjad which was used for writing middle persian on paper, it is thus described as one of the pahlavi scripts. it was written
- the tomić psalter (bulgarian: Томичов псалтир, tomichov psaltir) is a 14th-century bulgarian illuminated psalter. produced around 1360, during the reign
- for earlier rhymed translations of psalms, see rhymed psalter. a metrical psalter is a kind of bible translation: a book containing a metrical translation
- the kiev psalter of 1397, or spiridon psalter, is one of the most famous east slavic illuminated m****cripts, containing over three hundred miniatures
- the isabella psalter (bsb cod.gall. 16), also called the psalter of queen isabella or the psalter of isabella of england, is a 14th-century volume containing
- the faddan more psalter (also irish bog psalter or 'faddan mor psalter') is an early medieval christian psalter or text of the book of psalms, discovered
- british library, stowe 2 is a psalter from the first half of the 11th century. the text includes the gallican version of the psalms, followed by the canticles
- david's psalter (original polish title: psałterz dawidów) is a poetic translation into polish of the book of psalms, by jan kochanowski, the most prominent