seld
Noun

seld (plural selds)

  1. (obsolete) A seat, throne.
  2. (obsolete) A shop. (In Medieval Latin - records selda or silda (cf. Latin sella); also in Anglo-Norman - form seude). Also, a stand for spectators.
Adjective

seld

  1. (archaic) Rare, uncommon.
    Synonyms: infrequent, scarce, uncommon, Thesaurus:rare
  2. Unusual, unwonted.
    Synonyms: bizarre, odd, weird, Thesaurus:strange
Adverb

seld

  1. (obsolete or dialectal, Scotland) Seldom.
    Synonyms: infrequently, scarcely, uncommonly, Thesaurus:occasionally
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