MEANING: noun: A sacred poem or song.
verb intr.: To sing a poem or song.

ETYMOLOGY: From Old English psealm, from Latin psalmus, from Greek psalmos (plucking of strings), from psallein (to pluck). Earliest documented use: c. 450 CE.

UPS ALM - government charity for the delivery company with the brown trucks

PSALOM - the son for whom King David wept when he heard of his death in battle

PSA-FM - a Public Service Announcement on the radio