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psalm a sacred or holy song or poem; hymn. [3 definitions]
psalmbook a book of psalms used for religious worship.
psalmist one who composes psalms. [2 definitions]
psalmody the act, practice, or art of singing or composing psalms. [2 definitions]
Psalms a book of the Old Testament that contains a varied collection of prayers, poetry, and hymns, often ascribed to David, Solomon, Moses, and other biblical sages.
Psalter (sometimes l.c.) a book containing the Old Testament Psalms, or a version of or selection from the Psalms, for use in religious worship.
psaltery a zitherlike musical instrument of the Middle Ages and Renaissance that has a flat trapezoidal body and numerous strings that are plucked with either the fingers or a plectrum.
PSAT abbreviation of "Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test."
PSC abbreviation of "Public Service Commission."
pseud. abbreviation of "pseudonym," a false name adopted by someone, esp. an author, to conceal his or her identity; pen name.
pseudepigrapha a group of early writings, some of which were falsely attributed to Biblical characters.
pseudo false or pretended; not authentic; fake.
pseudo- false; pretended.
pseudocyesis a physical condition in which symptoms of pregnancy are falsely manifested; false pregnancy.
pseudohermaphrodite a person or animal that has sex glands of one sex and external genital organs and sex characteristics resembling those of the opposite sex.
pseudonym a false name adopted by someone, esp. an author, to conceal his or her identity; pen name.
pseudonymous having or using a fictitious or false name. [2 definitions]
pseudopod a temporary protrusion of the protoplasm in certain one-celled organisms or in certain cells of some multicellular animals, used like a foot in locomotion or like a hand to grasp food.
pseudopodium pseudopod.
pseudoscience a theory, methodology, or the like, such as astrology, that claims an unjustified scientific basis or application.
pshaw an expression of disbelief, annoyance, or the like.