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psal·te·ri·um

 (sôl-tîr′ē-əm)
n. pl. psal·te·ri·a (-tîr′ē-ə)
The omasum.

[Late Latin psaltērium, psalter (so called because when slit open its folds fall apart like the leaves of a book); see Psalter.]

psal·te′ri·al adj.

psalterium

(sɔːlˈtɪərɪəm)
n, pl -teria (-ˈtɪərɪə)
(Zoology) the third compartment of the stomach of ruminants, between the reticulum and abomasum. Also called: omasum
[C19: from Latin psaltērium Psalter; from the similarity of its folds to the pages of a book]

o•ma•sum

(oʊˈmeɪ səm)

n., pl. -sa (-sə).
the third stomach of a ruminant, between the reticulum and the abomasum.
[1700–10; < New Latin; Latin omāsum ox's tripe]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.psalterium - the third compartment of the stomach of a ruminantpsalterium - the third compartment of the stomach of a ruminant
ruminant - any of various cud-chewing hoofed mammals having a stomach divided into four (occasionally three) compartments
stomach, tum, tummy, breadbasket - an enlarged and muscular saclike organ of the alimentary canal; the principal organ of digestion
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Textus Biblie: In se continens glosam ordinariam cum expositione Lyre litterali et morali, necnon additionibus ac replicis, super libros Job, Psalterium, Proverbiorum, Ecclesiasten, Cantica canticorum, Sapientie, Ecclesiasticum.
1194) was one of the few medieval Christians north of the Alps devoted to Hebrew scholarship and the reception of Jewish exegesis, says Visscher, and passed down his thoughts in two biblical commentaries: an arrangement of Peter Lombard's Magna Glosatura (Great Gloss) on the Psalms and the Pauline Epistles; and Psalterium cum commento, a literal exposition and revision of the Psalms in Jerome's translation from the Hebrew.
165: 'Sorores que viginti quatuor annos transcenderunt, si nesciunt psalterium, de novo non discant.
De esta suerte, en la Postilla super psalterium, Lira emplea una nocion de sentido literal que coincide plenamente con la postulada por Tomas de Aquino.
TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], et idem alio loco psalterium inquit organum est musicum, quod naula etiam vocatur [Suda [psi] 15 Adler s.
3286 psalterium (Venice: Johannes and Gregorius de Gregoriis, de Forlivio, for Stephanus and Bernardinus de Nallis, Nov.
Se trato del Mainzer Psalterium que salio del taller de Gutenberg y sus asociados.
Fratres vero sacerdotes, qui missas cantaverint, pro eius anima orationem fundant ad Dominum Iesusm Christum, et clericorum unusquique cantet psalterium, laicorum autem 150 Pater noster.
Hildegard's music is a great challenge for us - these are very virtuoso vocal compositions that we are combining with improvisation on Gothic harps and psalterium.
In fact, the first printer's mark in history was used in the Psalterium printed in Mainz in 1457.
6: Cum autem paruulum quendam pupillum litteris imbuerem, tantum dipensatio diuina dedit illi memoriae capacitatem et intra medium annum peragrans cum canticis uniuersum memoriae retineret psalterium [.
150) Zwingli referenced Basil twenty-nine times in his works, most of these, in his marginal notes to Jerome's Quadruplex Psalterium.