noun, plural psal·te·ri·a [sawl-teer-ee-uh]. /sɔlˈtɪər i ə/. Zoology.
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Origin of psalterium
OTHER WORDS FROM psalteriumpsal·te·ri·al, adjective
Words nearby psalterium
Example sentences from the Web for psalterium
Item aliud psalterium glosatum inpignoratum penes Isabellam Siccadona.
And the fact that the "Psalterium Americanum" contained no musical notes or directions also militated against its use.
I have read the "Psalterium Americanum" with care, and am impressed with its elegance, finish, and dignity.
The psalterium is reduced to a mere vestige, and so the stomach has, as in the Tragulina, but three chambers.
Garrod has observed that the chamber of the stomach which varies most among the Pecora is the psalterium.