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Psalm
Psalm "Psalm", v. t. To extol in psalms; to sing; as, psalming his praises. -Sylvester.
Psalm
Psalm "Psalm", n. [OE. psalm, salm, AS. sealm, L. psalmus, psalma, fr. Gr. ?, ?, fr. ? to pull, twitch, to play upon a stringed instrument, to sing to the harp: cf. OF. psalme, More…
Psalmist
Psalmist "Psalm"ist", n. [L. psalmista, Gr. ?: cf. F. psalmiste. See .] 1. A writer or composer of sacred songs; - a title particularly applied to David and the other More…
Psalmistry
Psalmistry "Psalm"ist*ry", n. The use of psalms in devotion; psalmody.
Psalmodic
Psalmodic "Psal*mod"ic", Psalmodical "Psal*mod"ic*al", a. [Cf. F. psalmodique.] Relating to psalmody.
Psalmodical
Psalmodic "Psal*mod"ic", Psalmodical "Psal*mod"ic*al", a. [Cf. F. psalmodique.] Relating to psalmody.
Psalmodist
Psalmodist "Psal"mo*dist", n. One who sings sacred songs; a psalmist.
Psalmodize
Psalmodize "Psal"mo*dize", v. i. To practice psalmody. `` The psalmodizing art.'' -J. G. Cooper.
Psalmody
Psalmody "Psal"mo*dy", n. [Gr. ?; ? psalm + ? a song, an ode: cf. F. psalmodie, LL. psalmodia. See , and .] The act, practice, or art of singing psalms or sacred songs; More…
Psalmograph
Psalmograph "Psal"mo*graph", n. [See .] A writer of psalms; a psalmographer.
Psalmographer
Psalmographer "Psal*mog"ra*pher", Psalmographist "Psal*mog"ra*phist", n. [L. psalmographus, Gr. ?; ? a psalm + ? to write.] A writer of psalms, or sacred songs and hymns. More…
Psalmographist
Psalmographer "Psal*mog"ra*pher", Psalmographist "Psal*mog"ra*phist", n. [L. psalmographus, Gr. ?; ? a psalm + ? to write.] A writer of psalms, or sacred songs and hymns. More…
Psalmography
Psalmography "Psal*mog"ra*phy", n. [Cf. F. psalmographie.] The act or practice of writing psalms, or sacred songs.
Psalter
Psalter "Psal"ter", n. [OE. psauter, sauter, OF. sautier, psaltier, F. psautier, from L. psalterium. See .] 1. The Book of Psalms; - often applied to a book containing More…
Psalteria
Psalterium "Psal*te"ri*um", n.; pl. . [L., a psaltery.] (Anat.) (a) The third stomach of ruminants. See . (b) The lyra of the brain.
Psalterial
Psalterial "Psal*te"ri*al", a. Of or pertaining to the psalterium.
Psalteries
Psaltery "Psal"ter*y", n.; pl. . [OE. sautrie, OF. psalterie, F. psalt['e]rion, L. psalterium psaltery, psalter, from Gr. ?, fr. ?. See , .] A stringed instrument of music More…
Psalterium
Psalterium "Psal*te"ri*um", n.; pl. . [L., a psaltery.] (Anat.) (a) The third stomach of ruminants. See . (b) The lyra of the brain.
Psaltery
Psaltery "Psal"ter*y", n.; pl. . [OE. sautrie, OF. psalterie, F. psalt['e]rion, L. psalterium psaltery, psalter, from Gr. ?, fr. ?. See , .] A stringed instrument of music More…
Psammite
Psammite "Psam"mite", n. [Gr. ? sandy, from ? sand: cf. F. psammite.] (Min.) A species of micaceous sandstone. - {Psam*mit"ic}, a.
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