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Definition of Psalterium

Psalterium
Psalterium Psal*te"ri*um, n.; pl. Psalteria. [L., a psaltery.] (Anat.) (a) The third stomach of ruminants. See Manyplies. (b) The lyra of the brain.

Meaning of Psalterium from wikipedia

- Psalterium may refer to: Psalterium (book), book of Psalms Psalterium (instrument), a stringed musical instrument, the name of which is synonymous with...
- psaltere, saltere) derives from Church Latin. The source term is Latin: psalterium, which is simply the name of the Book of Psalms (in secular Latin, it...
- A psalterium /sɒlˈtɪəriəm/, or tambourin à cordes, is an ancient stringed musical instrument, the name of which is synonymous with the psaltery. In specific...
- Psalterium Georgii (also Harpa Georgii) (Latin for George's harp) was a constellation created by Maximilian **** in 1789 to honor George III of Great Britain...
- body of the fornix are joined by a thin triangular lamina, named the psalterium (lyra). This lamina contains some commissural fibers that connect the...
- The Psalterium Sinaiti**** (scholarly abbreviations: Psa or Ps. sin.) is a 209-folio Glagolitic Old Church Slavonic canon m****cript, the earliest Slavic...
- Latin text Psalterium Romanum Latin text Psalterium Gallicanum Latin text Psalterium juxta Hebrai**** (also available here) Latin text Psalterium Mozarabi****...
- The Psalterium alias laudatorium (Psalter or Doxology) is a literary work that was written by Francesc Eiximenis in Latin between 1404 and 1408 in Valencia...
- distinctive name in each country, it was everywhere regarded as a kind of psalterium. The importance of the method of setting the strings in vibration by means...
- The omasum, also known as the bible, the fardel, the manyplies and the psalterium, is the third compartment of the stomach in ruminants. The omasum comes...