psalterium

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noun psal·te·ri·um \säl-ˈtir-ē-əm, sȯl-\

Definition of psalterium

plural

psalteria

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  1. :  omasum

Origin and Etymology of psalterium

New Latin, from Late Latin, psalter; from the resemblance of the folds to the pages of a book


First Known Use: circa 1846


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psalterium

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noun psal·te·ri·um \sȯl-ˈtir-ē-əm\

Medical Definition of psalterium

plural

psalteria

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